Senegalese Michel Seck simplifies mathematics with his software SimulaMath

Young Senegalese Michel Seck, has designed SimulaMath, a simulation and computation software that de-complexes the teaching of mathematics.

Mathematics, which is mostly seen as a subject of worry and tension among the students, can be a good learning experience with the advent of new software and techniques. Michel Seck made it one of his goals to simplify the field for common people.

SimulaMath the software for math learners

SimulaMath software is a simulation and computation software that de-complexes the teaching of mathematics, a subject that is often seen as tough for a lot of people. The advanced calculator covers almost all areas.Analysis, linear algebra, number theory, 2D and 3D graphs, probability, statistics, arithmetic networks, error correction codes.

The software is tailor-made for high school and higher education students. Simula is free and its designer ensures that it will remain so.

Michel Seck the professor

At 25, Michel Seck currently teaches mathematics at the Cheikh Anta Diop University in Dakar. His specialties: coding, cryptology, algebra, and applications. The young doctoral student designed SimulaMath software.

A software like SimulaMath will be very useful for students, and will help them improve their marks if the subject is understood properly. This is an invention that deserves to be congratulated and encouraged.

Source: BBC

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