GSuite Spotlight: g(Math)

Have you ever tried to create a math worksheet on a computer? We have, and it’s far too complicated to get all the symbols the way you want them. Here at Beehively, we are always on the lookout for cool GSuite add-ons. One of our favorites makes typing mathematics simple! Creating your own math quizzes and worksheets has been a challenge since the computer was brought into the classroom. Using this amazing add-on, you can easily create custom math pages and Google Form quizzes with the numbers and symbols your students are accustomed to.

Creating your own math quizzes and worksheets has been a challenge since computers entered the classroom. Using this amazing add-on, you can easily create custom math pages and quizzes with the numbers, symbols, and graphs you (and your students) are accustomed to.

g(Math) supports four types of entries:

  • Math Expressions
  • Graphs
  • Statistical displays
  • Handwritten entries

 

Math Expressions

GSuite Spotlight- g(Math) Simple & Advanced Editors (1).jpg

 

Graphs

GSuite Spotlight- g(Math) Graphs.jpg

Statistical Displays

GSuite Spotlight- g(Math) Statistical Displays.jpg

Handwritten Entries

GSuite Spotlight- g(Math) Handwritten Entries.jpg

The charts, graphs, and equations you create can be used in any of the GSuite applications. In addition, g(math) is also available for forms. This allows you to quickly and easily create online assessments for your students.

If you’re looking for more tips on using g(math), or are wondering how to insert a specific type of expression, support materials are available here.

We hope you enjoy using g(Math) and explore more add-ons! We will continue to share our favorites with you. If you find one you think you might want to use and are concerned about its safety or authenticity, just let us know and we will check it out for you.

As always, let us know if you have any questions. We can be reached by email at support@beehively.com, text at(530) 883-8835, or phone at (888) 851-4879.

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