A step by step Write Math Equations and Formulas tutorial.

How do you type your math equations in your Google chrome browser? Well follow this tutorial and see how various extensions easily allow you to type your math equations.

**Contents**hide

## 1. Equatio - Math made digital

Easily create math expressions including equations and formulas

Until now, writing equations and math expressions on your computer has been slow and laborious.

Equatio makes math digital, helping teachers and students at all levels create math expressions quickly and easily.

Type or handwrite virtually any mathematical expression directly on your keyboard or touchscreen. There’s no need for any complicated code or programming languages.

Equatio instantly turns your thoughts into clear, accurate on-screen formulas. When you type ‘sq’, it knows that you mean ‘square root’. And it listens, too. When you dictate a formula aloud, Equatio is smart enough to ignore ‘umms’, ‘errs’ and other unwanted non-math words.

Here are its features:

- Easily create math expressions including equations and formulas
- Compatible with Google Docs, Forms
*, Slides*, Sheets*& Drawings* - Input via keyboard, handwriting recognition* (via touchscreen or touchpad) and voice dictation
- Guesses what you’re typing or writing - like predictive text on your smartphone*
- Hear your math expressions read out loud
- Compatible with LaTeX input for advanced users
- Create interactive digital math quizzes*
- Input student responses directly into digital quizzes*
- Chemistry formula prediction*

### Step 1: Install

First you visit here while browsing with Google chrome. Then click `Install`

to install the extension.

### Step 2: Use it

Use it as shown below to type your equations

It provides an intellisense to autocomplete your equations:

It can detect and recognize the digits you handwrite:

You can also dictate the equations as opposed to writing them manually:

Create equations and formulas in Google forms:

### Reference

Below are the reference links:

No. | Link |
---|---|

2. | Read more here. |

3. | Follow code author [here](https://github.com/Equatio - Math made digital). |

## 2. Quick Equations

This is a fast equation editor/viewer that allows you to type equations quickly using helpful shortcuts and see them as you do.

No more do you have to worry about missing a bracket or mistyping your equation with the real-time preview. You can then search for the equation on WolframAlpha to solve it or see more information. You can also copy or save the equation as an image by right-clicking it, or by dragging in sites such as Google Docs.

### Step 1: Install

First you visit here while browsing with Google chrome. Then click `Install`

to install the extension.

### Step 2: Use it

You can use the extension directly on the WolframAlpha website by clicking the Quick Equations icon on the page.

To access extension options, right-click the extension button and select "Options".

You can use Quick Equations on any WeBWorK site by enabling that feature in the extension options.

The extension also supports Google Forms and that can be enabled in the options. To add an equation as part of a question, click the image button in Google Forms and then drag the equation from the extension popup to the drop area. You can also preview equations while answering questions or viewing responses by clicking the Quick Equations icon next to them.

Check the screenshots below:

### Reference

Below are the reference links:

No. | Link |
---|---|

2. | Read more here. |

3. | Follow code author [here](https://github.com/Quick Equations). |

## 3. Math Equations Anywhere

Write Math Equations anywhere.

Here are its features;

- Support for Latex,MathML, AsciiMath
- should work on most websites
- Colored Equations
- Multiple Sizes
- Downloadable Images

### Step 1: Install

First you visit here while browsing with Google chrome. Then click `Install`

to install the extension.

### Step 2: Use it

Type your math equation into the left text box and a preview of the image will be created on the right. When you are done it, click the "copy image" button and it will load the image into your clipboard.

Then you can past the images with the command "Ctrl + V" or by right clicking and pasting.

On website that support you can just drag the image into the webpage.

Check the screenshots below:

### Reference

Below are the reference links:

No. | Link |
---|---|

2. | Read more here. |

3. | Follow code author [here](https://github.com/Math Equations Anywhere). |

## 4. TeXBoard

This is an extension for creating quick LaTeX equations for copying into documents or emails.

### Step 1: Install

First you visit here while browsing with Google chrome. Then click `Install`

to install the extension.

### Step 2: Use it

After installation simply click the extension icon and the editor will be shown, then type your equations there. See the screenshot below:

### Reference

Below are the reference links:

No. | Link |
---|---|

2. | Read more here. |

3. | Follow code author here. |

## 5. QuickTeX

Rapidly and automatically render LaTeX in the menu browser.

Take notes on various websites, save snippets, and view errors in your code. Along with that, comes the ability to copy and paste working code, and export it to images.

### Step 1: Install

First you visit here while browsing with Google chrome. Then click `Install`

to install the extension.

### Step 2: Use it

After installation simply click the extension icon in the toolbar to invoke the editor, then start typing your equations as shown below:

### Reference

Below are the reference links:

No. | Link |
---|---|

2. | Read more here. |

3. | Follow code author here. |