With the latest update to g(Math), you can still access a selection of prebuilt math symbols and expressions that are easy to insert into your documents. These buttons previously appeared at the bottom of the Create math expressions screen: Y...

What is g(Math) g(Math) is a Google Docs Add-On which allows for the creation and implementation of mathematical expressions, equations, graphs and other complex math directly into a Google Doc. You can add g(Math) through the Chrome Web ...

When you are sending out Google Forms with a Sheets response, or Google Sheets containing equations for students to fill out using g(Math) you may notice answers are not showing up properly when printing, or show up as an image code file such as &...

You can use g(Math) to insert Geometry symbols using our simple and advanced tab . Below are some of the symbols you can add and the command to add them: (Note: List is not all inclusive) Cube root or nth root in Simple tab: Type \n...

In order to see the LaTeX code that is used in the Simple Input Tab , you can copy the text and paste it into the LaTeX editor on the Advanced Input Tab and it will automatically convert into the LaTeX code being used: ...

The default font used by g(Math) is called Computer Modern (Note: The preview image will always be rendered using this font). To change the font color you can use the command \color{the color you want}{math you want colored} in the Adva...

Once you have inserted your equation or mathematical expression into a Google Doc, Form or Sheet, Read&Write for Google can then read what you have inserted aloud for you! Simply place your cursor in front of the equation, or highlight ...

Click on the Add-ons icon to open up g(Math) for Forms . 2. Select what you would like to create. In this example we are adding a math expression. Now you will see your editable form with the g(Math) window in the bottom ...

What is LaTeX? LaTeX is a typesetting language based on TeX that was created by Donald Knuth, to render the math expressions. We have pre-populated some LaTeX buttons for your use. The full complement of LaTeX commands are not supported, although...

Please visit our Youtube page to watch a few videos on how g(Math) works.