# math

• ## Use Physical Tokens to Count Your Exercise Sets

There’s something about exercise that scrambles your brain a little. I know I’m not the only one who stops being able to count accurately after about…set two. So if you have multiple sets of an exercise, or rounds of a circuit, try giving yourself some physical tokens to help count.

• ## Solve Complex Equations By Scanning Them With These Google Apps

A new Google Lens feature is on the way that helps students learn maths and STEM-related topics. To use the new “Homework” search mode, all you have to do is scan the equation you need help solving. It will be available in the Google Lens Android app and via Google Visual Search in Google Photos,…

• ## How To Read A COVID-19 Graph

When you see a flat line on a graph, it’s tempting to think, “Oh hey, at least the situation isn’t getting any worse!” But one of the common types of charts we see for COVID-19 is of new cases per day. In that case, a flat line means that things are, in fact, still getting…

• ## The Quickest Way To Calculate Percentages

Working out percentages can often be people’s Achilles Heel but a revelation made on Reddit about how to work them out quickly has rattled many people to their core. Let us explain.