Is Math not your strongest suit? No problem! With Math Assistant, you can solve routine math tasks quickly and easily.

### Pros

- It can be very useful for checking your work, allowing you to correct errors before submission.
- It does basic, routine functions that most school-aged students are familiar with, so the software’s usefulness increases.

### Cons

- It only runs on Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP.
- Students nowadays can already perform math functions online without downloading software.

### A Powerful and Helpful Mathematical Tool from the Beginning of the 21st Century

From June 2002 to June 2003, Math Assistant was one of the more popular software in the Math section of download portals.

### Perform Mathematical Functions Instantly – Even If You’re Not Connected to the Internet

If you’re using a computer or laptop that uses Windows XP or older, this software runs offline. This allows you to make computations in any of the application modules within the program:

- Large Integer Adder & Subtracter
- Fractions
- Base Conversions
- Determinants
- Reciprocal (up to 2000 digits)
- GCD/LCD/Factors
- Random Numbers
- ROMAN Numerals
- Prime Numbers
- Statistics
- Regression
- Solution of Triangles
- Quadratic Equations
- Physical Constants
- Vectors
- Date Calculations
- Linear Equations

### Math Assistant – A Once-Popular Software from the CD-ROM Era

During the company *Software 2010’s* heyday, **Math Assistant** was very popular with parents of school-aged children and math enthusiasts in Australia, the United States, and the United Kingdom. The software offered no fluff – it does what it promises and does it well.

And although available for download, CD-ROM helped even more people without internet access to enjoy the benefits of the software.