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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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A User of Math Equations

January 18, 2020

I think those that have criticized this app should give it a second chance. All apps require some workarounds. I use Codecogs to type LaTEx then copy and paste it into Math Equations (just need to remove the brackets). I tend not to write many lines as formatting becomes an issue. Colour can be set using hexadecimal (colour code) to RGB to match format of the slides - it can take time to get it completely right. Also not all LaTex commands are recognized but there are workarounds for example using binomial or vector you can use a 2 by 2 matrix instead.

A User of Math Equations

December 8, 2019

Works well, just know that the equation is rendered as an image (perhaps not surprising). Also, most of the negative reviews are from people who don't understand LaTeX. I would ignore those...

A User of Math Equations

November 29, 2019

It's the current best thing we have for equations for google slides, but I wish there were a way for the equations to resize based on the inline text size.

A User of Math Equations

November 20, 2019

Works perfectly! You will see many reviews saying that it is difficult to use, but that is not the case IF you understand how to write equations in LaTeX. Contrary to what others have said, you can in fact edit an equation after creating it using the equation linking feature.
This add-on is absolutely essential for me! No more taking screenshots of equations and pasting them in with a solid background. I wish I could post images with this review. I'd show you how great it is.

A User of Math Equations

October 23, 2019

I don't understand how to use it and there are no instructions

A user of Math Equations

November 10, 2019

well yea cuz u need to learn the code first before you use it. this add-on just lets you turn the code into an image that is much easier to understand and looks so much better than just writing your equation in plain text.

Pamela Henderson

October 4, 2019

Too difficult to use.

A user of Math Equations

November 20, 2019

I assume you don't know how to use LaTeX? Understanding how LaTeX is used is required for this app.

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?

A user of Math Equations

November 19, 2019

That is not true! You can edit them! Click on the equation you wish to edit, then click the "Connect to equation" button in the Math equation panel.

A User of Math Equations

July 29, 2019

few weeks ago the UI is not working anymore

A User of Math Equations

May 6, 2019

This is the best equation editor for google slides. Should add support for inline equations though I can see why it is difficult to do as add-on.

A User of Math Equations

April 19, 2019

Very awkward. When the equations use a set of words instead of symbols it becomes useless. The interface is very bad.

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