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How about Equations?

You're a math or physics teacher, and you need some complex equations.

Sadly, there is no online programming language yet that we can use, that can fully support the complex mathematical equations. There are a few things we can do with this editor natively: 

Use Insert custom character to enter some of the symbols needed, and you can also use Subscript and Superscript.


How about some complex equations?

Well, for that I'm afraid there's no easy way to do it. The closest thing to perfection we've been able to come up with is by getting a helping hand from MS Word :)

How to do it: Open your MS word document, and using the equation editor, type in your equations   (You can always just type your entire lesson in MS Word and upload it a a pdf of course, but for this excercise we'll try to come up with a way to get your full equations inside the html coding).

Once you're happy with your equations, save the document by using the format Web page, Filtered. This will generate you a html document, and a subsequent folder. In that folder, Word has saved for you, in gif format, such as:


Just insert these images in the usual way into your document.