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The relationship between maths and technologies has an impact on the students ability to comprehend and perform. Innovative technology can be a method to engage students in the learning process, offer personalized experiences and support for diverse learners.

Hardware and software for maths such as graphing calculators, spreadsheets and dynamic geometry environments allow students to explore mathematics in a highly interactive, fun and visually appealing manner. It allows them to do calculations quickly and efficiently, which would take a lot of time or effort using traditional pencil-and-paper methods. The software and hardware will help students to gain a deeper understanding of concepts by making them visualize the processes involved and also allowing them to experiment with their understanding of mathematical principles through trial and trial and (Jeng et al. 2010).

Students who use ICT to study math have a positive attitude toward the subject, and they demonstrate a greater understanding of math. This is due to the fact that ICT encourages students to try different strategies and methods which they aren’t likely to try using traditional tools. ICT can also allow students to collaborate with other students in ways that wouldn’t be possible in a traditional face-to-face setting. This allows them to build a community of fellow students who have similar interests.

It is also evident that technology can be used to teach math when integrated with other subjects, such as science or even history. Students who employ ICT to comprehend the complexities of other subjects typically gain more understanding of these subjects, as well as the ability to apply their knowledge to real-world problems.

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