About QuickMath

QuickMath is one of the first sites of its kind on the internet. There are many sites where you can post a question and get an answer (eventually) from someone who volunteers to help you. There is one other site that I know of which does algebra, but it is only useful if you learn the intricacies of its host mathematical kernel. QuickMath is the first site where you can simply type in an expression in a fairly intuitive way, hit a button and get the answer right there on your screen a few seconds later.

QuickMath was conceived and developed my me, Ben Langton. I live in Sydney, Australia, but the calculations for QuickMath are done on a remote MathScript server in Delaware, US. I have a Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Sydney, with First Class Honours in applied mathematics, and I hold a PhD in general relativity from the same university. I am keenly interested in the internet and mathematical programming, so QuickMath is a nice way for me to combine my skills in these areas to produce something useful.

QuickMath is an ongoing project. The site you are looking at right now is version 3.0, a vast improvement over version 1 (which only replied to answers by email). QuickMath is constantly evolving in ways which are dictated primarily by you, dear user. So have your say if you want something on QuickMath which isn't already there - chances are you'll get it in the next version!