## Math Equation Editors that can work with Chrome

Daum Equation Editor - From Daum Communication Corp.: Daum Equation Editor helps to edit the formula quickly and easily expressed in your Chrome browser. This is "Daum Comunications corp."'s first chrome web app. You can quickly edit and make a beautiful formula just to click. It can create formulas with the click of a button, create formulas with TeX input editor, images created with a formula to save to your PC, and text files created with a formula to save to your PC. It has support for common text input, copy and paste, and task history.

**GMath**- Create graphs (including plotting points) and complex math directly in your Google Doc. Now includes Handwriting & Voice entry! Create graphs and complex math directly from the sidebar in your Google Doc. You can now use Speech to Math in Chrome to talk directly to g(Math) to create the expressions or use Handwriting recognition for expression entry! You can use LaTeX commands or the prebuilt codes to create complex math that is not possible using the built-in Equation Editor. Some examples include Geometric signs, custom characters, and formulas (like the Quadratic formula). With the graph creator, you can type in functions and inequalities and it will create the graph associated with the functions and inequalities. You can also plot points in the same graph, find the line of best fit of those points, and specify a viewing window. As a new feature, you can select a table in a Doc and import the data into g(Math) to create a plot! This will be an invaluable tool for any math class or math teacher. Now creating math digitally in a collaborative document has become slightly easier. GMath can now be used in Google Forms

**MATHX**is the next generation equation editor from Demonstranda that makes typing equations fast and easy for everyone. There is no need for coding (LaTeX/TeX) or clicking on icons (palette-based editors). You type math like you think it. MATHX works similar to a search box. You type the name of the symbol you want, which triggers the SmartMenu that you can then choose from. You use keys (Tab, left, right, down, and up) to navigate the SmartMenu and move the cursor to different positions as you build out your

**My Script Web Equation**- Just write an equation in the yellow zone. After a short timeout, the result is displayed at the bottom of the page in 3 possible formats: LaTex, MathML or as a symbol tree.To edit the result, click on the pen icon, make the appropriate changes and save by clicking on the dictionary icon.Use the garbage icon to clear the writing area and use the arrows as undo/redo buttons.You can also see your equation’s graphical representation on the right, thanks to Desmos or use WolframAlpha at the bottom left to compute your equation.

**Math I Can Do**- The FREE math software at Math I Can Do is a powerful interactive tool that lets students type math faster and easier on the computer than on paper. Teachers can use the editor to formulate quizzes and exams and print them out for distribution. Parents can work with their kids and help them problem solve on an easy to use interface.

NOTE: Currently, the math editor web app works with Chrome and Firefox browsers only.

**Google Docs Help with Equations**- You can easily insert mathematical equations into your documents and collaborate on a single equation at once with multiple people. Follow these steps in the provided link to add an equation to your document