Equatio for Google

Create mathematical equations, formulas, quizzes and more in Google Workspace for Education apps.

Maths made easy

Equatio® for Google is an easy-to-use extension for Google Chrome. It’s the perfect equation editor for Google Docs, Sheets, Forms, Slides and Drawings. It lets you add maths equations, formulas and more with a click.

Add maths to Forms

Teachers can easily create interactive maths quizzes, tests and activities for students with Google Forms, and let them respond directly.

Online graphing calculator

Our graphing tool powered by Desmos makes maths visual. Simply enter any expression and see it plotted instantly. A premium subscription includes the ability to overlay graphs and use a dynamic slider to see the effect of changing variables in real time - great for visual learners and teachers alike.

Maths your way

Dictate equations and formulas aloud. Equatio for Google understands what you’re saying, turning your spoken input to written expressions. It even ignores those ‘umms’ and ‘errs’ when you’re lost for words. Equatio for Google also allows you to write maths freehand on your device. It instantly turns your handwriting into beautifully formed expressions.

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What educators say about Equatio

It is far easier to create interesting and engaging maths resources using Equatio. This helps students to be more involved and helps them respond to maths using various tools.