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Inspiring: Senegalese Teacher Creates Software to Simplify Mathematics

He is called Michel Seck, the 25-year-old teacher who has just created a software program that simplifies mathematics. This academic who teaches mathematics at the University Cheikh Anta Diop in Dakar has eased the understanding of mathematics among learners.

The software he has just made available to learners and even his fellow mathematicians includes the following specialties: coding, cryptology, algebra and applications. More specifically, it is a simulation and calculation software that decomplexes the teaching of mathematics. The young doctoral student in mathematics called this software SimulaMath.

Analysis, linear algebra, number theory, 2D and 3D graphs, probability, statistics, arithmetic networks, error correction codes … the advanced calculator of this software covers almost all domains. It is tailor-made for high school students and higher education students.

Michel Seck insists that the Simulamath software is free and ensures that it will remain so. An invention that deserves to be congratulated and encouraged with regard to its contribution to the understanding of mathematical exercises.

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  1. Frankly speaking, these are things we Africans want to hear.
    Michel Seck, let me take this time to firstly wish you more wisdoms and understandings through God divine favour and grace.
    Indeed, what you have done is worthy of commendation from every spectrum of Africa and the world at large.

    Keep the light burning!!!
    Kudos for such an invention!!!

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