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Math Expressions - i.e. mathematical operators - can be employed in interactions by using the Math Editor. The Math Editor is a WYSIWYG editor based on MathQuill (http://mathquill.com/), which allows you to use mathematical symbols to create LaTeX expressions containing mathematical operators. It is found in the Custom Interactions section.
To access the Math Editor follow the steps below.
The MathQuill editor can also be accessed from any block by selecting Insert Math Expression (the pi symbol) and then clicking on the WYSIWYG editor.
A list of mathematical symbols will appear, with an empty text field below.
2. Click on the mathematical symbols you wish to use.
These will appear in the text field. They can then be used in the writing of mathematical formulae, such as questions on geometry.
Note: The Math Editor only provides the possibility of drawing mathematical symbols, but does not carry out any calculation.