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Math Equations

Convert Latex, AsciiMath and MathML equations to an image.

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Math Equations allows you to take your typeset languages and convert them to images to use inside of your slideshow. Other features include the ability to reload a equation image and make changes and re upload to your presentation. Recent changes added the math equations data into the alt text, which you can see by clicking using control + alt + y. Supported Languages are -Latex -AsciiMath -MathML Other Features -Font Color -Font Size If you have any problems just send my a message at bafeaturerequest@gmail.com Code can be located at https://github.com/brendena/MathEquationsGoogleSlide If this extension is interested you can check out my other extension that allows you to create math equations on any site. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/math-equations/fkioioejambaepmmpepneigdadjpfamh Examples Tex --valid Tex equation x^n + y^n = z^n Tex type uses inline notation. Which restricts what you can add in your equation. Add \[ ]\ will cause a error at the current iteration. Also many formatting tags and the use of usepackage will cause a error. Some of these feature i will include after i build a separate window to work on larger equations. MathML --Valid MathML <mi>π</mi> <mo>⁢</mo> <msup> <mi>r</mi> <mn>2</mn> </msup> MathML doesn't need to have a <math> tag to be a valid equation. AsciiMath --Valid AsciiMath sum_(i=1)^n i^3=((n(n+1))/2)^2

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Pamela Henderson

October 4, 2019

Too difficult to use.

A User of Math Equations

October 4, 2019

This is just a picture generator. The equations cannot be edited once created. The equations can also not be generated in line with other text. However, I am even more frustrated that google slides does not have any ability to add equations. Has google stopped developing slides?

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