Search for resources on STEM topics, practice problems & more

You can get help with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) concepts on Google. For example, you can search x^2-2x-9=0 or newton's laws of gravity.

Important: These features are not available for all questions, problems, and concepts. If they're available, you can find them at the top of search results.

Find resources for homework questions

Important: This feature is available in English only.

You can find help with your homework questions and better ways to approach the problems. 

  1. Go to google.com.
  2. Search for your homework question. 
    • For example, you can search A solid cylinder of mass m and radius r rolls without slipping down an inclined plane of length l and height h. The speed of its center of mass when the cylinder reaches its bottom is.
  3. Under "Questions & answers," select the question and answer that you want to learn more about.
    • For more questions and answers, click the right or left arrows.

Get help with math problems

Important: This feature is available in most languages.

You can get step-by-step solutions for math problems.

  1. Go to google.com.
  2. Search for your equation. 
    • For example, you can search x^2+x=0.
  3. If a step-by-step solution is available, click each step for more details.
    • If not, under "Find solutions on the web," click a partner for a solution on their site.

Study STEM concepts

Important: This feature is available in some languages.

You can learn more about a specific educational concept and receive organized results.

  1. Go to google.com.
  2. Search for the STEM concept. 
    • For example, you can search ohm’s law or quadratic equation.
  3. Near the top of your results, you can narrow results to find specific info like examples, formulas, and practice problems.

Find practice problems

Important: This feature is available in English only.

You can test your knowledge on science and math concepts with practice problems from our partners. Your responses to practice problems are available during each session to track your own progress but Google won’t store your responses. The practice problems are identified by Google in partnership with publishers.

  1. Go to google.com.
  2. Search for  science or math problems. For example, you can search hyperbola practice problems or energy practice problems.

    • Tip: If practice problems are available, they’ll be at the top of search results.

  3. Below the practice problem, select your answer.
    • If your answer is correct, you’ll find a Check mark Check circle.
    • If your answer is incorrect, you’ll find a Cross mark cancel.
  4. To skip a problem or go to the next one, click Next.
  5. For more practice problems, click More practice on [our partner’s website].
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We use this feedback to improve our educational features for everyone. To give feedback, on the bottom right of the feature, click Feedback.

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