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Inserting equations with the Math Editor
You can use the Math Editor to insert a handwritten equation to a page in a more readable format. The Math Editor recognizes your handwriting and automatically converts it to a typeset format. You can also add the recognized equation to a GeoGebra worksheet if the equation is in a supported graph format.
To insert an equation to the page

Press Addons, and then select Insert Equation.
The Math Editor appears.

Select a pen tool and color (see Writing or drawing digital ink).

Write a math equation on the graph paper section of the editor.
The handwritten equation converts to a typed equation, which appears below the graph paper section. Accept and reject icons appear beside the recognized equation.

Press to accept the recognized equation.
The typed equation appears on the page.
OR
Press to reject the recognized equation and close the Math Editor.
To edit the recognized equation

Press Select, and then press the recognized equation on the page twice.
The handwritten equation appears on the Math Editor.

Edit the handwritten equation with the Eraser tool and a pen tool.
The edited equation is recognized and appears below the graph paper section. Accept and reject icons appear beside the recognized equation.

Press to accept the recognized equation.
The equation updates with your edits.
OR
Press to reject the recognized equation and close the Math Editor.
The equation doesn’t update.
To add the recognized equation to a GeoGebra worksheet

Insert a GeoGebra worksheet on the page (see Inserting content from GeoGebra ).

Drag the equation from the page to the GeoGebra widget.
The equation is automatically graphed in the worksheet.