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g(Math) for Sheets
Create graphs (including plotting points and finding trendlines) and write complex math directly in your Google Sheet. You can use these to create a Form!
John McGowan
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Now students at all levels - and their teachers - can include mathematical formulas and equations, graphs and statistical displays with this friendly Add-on for Google Docs, Sheets and Forms.


Write virtually any mathematical expression directly on your PC or Chromebook’s keyboard or touchscreen. Input’s easy: you don’t need to know any math code or programming languages. g(Math) understands what you’re typing, instantly turning your expressions into clear, accurate on-screen formulas. 


You can save even more time by picking from a huge range of ready-made formulas and functions, including quadratic equations, matrices and more. Then insert your expression into any spreadsheet cell or doc with a simple click. 


If you’d prefer to dictate your equations or formulas, there is a Speech Input function within the Add-on. With these features, you can cater the tool to your unique learning style.


It’s just as easy and rewarding to create clear, colourful graphs, from simple linear relationships to complex trigonometric expressions. Type or pick a function, choose your axes and zoom range - then click to insert.


g(Math) can create graphs from data in spreadsheet cells, or plot directly from a list of points you enter. And it can instantly visualise statistical data as histograms, bar charts and box-and-whisker plots, too. 

g(Math) is ideal for students of all ages and attainment levels. Through integration with Texthelp’s Read&Write literacy software, math expressions created in g(Math) for Docs can now be read aloud, just like any other content on the page.
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January 18, 2017
Input box is too small and greek symbols aren't always working
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May 27, 2016
This is a great tool! One small bug is when the cell is big and image is small, it stretches to fit the cell, and gets blurry. If the size mode parameter of Image() can be set to 0, then it will keep the original size.
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I really like it. I was wondering if you can change it so that the entire equation shows up at the bottom of graphs. i.e. instead of 5x+3 can you have y=5x+3 appear?
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April 21, 2015
Great application but needs shortcuts to greek alphabet.
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December 10, 2014
will only randomly select 3 questions and will not send email. Tried several times and gave up.
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January 4, 2016
Hi Kevin, Thanks for the feedback. After our email exchange the number of questions bug should be fixed. Cheers!
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December 21, 2016
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