Math Formula Editor

In Open-Ended Questions, Quizzes and Polls, teachers can add more complex formulae using Nearpod's math formula editor.

This article will show you:


 

How to use the Math Formula Editor

1. Under the activities tab when you add a slide, choose either open-ended question, quiz, or poll. 

2. Click the square root symbol on the right-hand side of the rich text editor to open up "Math Type" (the formula editor). 

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3. Click the tabs on the top to see different categories of math symbols. Create your equation and then click "insert" to put it into the rich text editor. 

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4. Write the question that goes along with the equation (if applicable) in the text editor and then click save when you are finished. 

 

What is available within the Math Formula Editor

General
  • Operations symbols
  • Stacked fractions
  • Exponents
  • Brackets, parenthesis, absolute value
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Symbols
  • Operations symbols
  • Geometry symbols
  • Common constants
  • Other common symbols
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Arrows
  • Arrows
  • Directional signifiers
  • Diacritical marks
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Greek letters
and numbers
  • Common Greek letters, symbols, and numbers
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Matrices
  • Matrices
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Scripts and
layouts
  • Fractions
  • Roots and exponents
  • Script and subscript
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Decorations
  • Brackets
  • Absolute value
  • Diacritical marks
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Big operators
  • Sum
  • Union and intersection
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Calculus
  • Integrals
  • Derivatives
  • Trig functions
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