Digital tablets for math?


by fsonnichsen
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fsonnichsen
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Jan21-14, 09:35 PM
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A little OT perhaps, but I have been considering using a "digital tablet" as my math scratch pad. For years I have used "marble notebooks" but it would be nice to just load my scratchings to my PC so I can email, store them etc.

So-the question is-are digital tablets fine enough for this? I am obviously thinking writing with the blunt stylus, those nasty little sub/super scripts and limits of integration etc. Would like to hear from anyone doing this and what model works for them?

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Jan21-14, 11:21 PM
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You could just digitize your notes by taking pics and compiling it all in a pdf...


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