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Hey I was wondering if anybody had any tools that are downloadable for writing math or physics equations on a regular word document? Mabey something like latex writing? I use wordperfect office x3 by the way.
NeoDevin said:Why not simply use latex for all your document needs?
What do you mean by a LaTeX viewer? You can edit a tex file in any text editor, and then compile it to pdf.jhicks said:Because not everyone has a LaTeX viewer.
cristo said:What do you mean by a LaTeX viewer? You can edit a tex file in any text editor, and then compile it to pdf.
RyanSchw said:I use This site which allows you to play around with latex, and when it’s output you can copy and paste the image into MSword or whatever you have.
Just another option.
Phrak said:Microsoft Office Standard Edition 2003 comes with an Equation Editor. You need to add the eq editor icon th the toolbar.
symbolipoint said:MathType is for M S Word. What if you use a M S Works wordprocessor or WordPad? Maybe any other Math typesetting program which will work well for them?
Yes, you are right, there are also some latex wysiwym editer, which is corss-platform, please take a look at here http://wiki.lyx.org/uploads/LyX/Screencasts/Equation_Editor.htmvociferous said:Actually, MathType is a professional math typesetting program. The version that comes with WordPerfect and MS Office 2003 (and earlier) are watered down versions. The full version of MathType can be used to embed equations in any program, including MS Works or Wordpad, via OLE.
It is not a free program however. There are many free GNU alternatives; but like most GNU programs, they tend to lack either features, ease of use, or both. LaTeX is a powerful typesetting language for mathematics, and you can certainly find many LaTeX or MathML editors for free; however, they tend to be quite a bit more difficult to use.
The "Math/Physics Equation writing tool" is a program that allows you to input mathematical and physical equations using a variety of symbols and functions. It then formats the equations in a professional and easy-to-read manner.
Yes, the "Math/Physics Equation writing tool" is designed to handle a wide range of equations, including algebraic, trigonometric, and differential equations. It also has a variety of symbols and functions to choose from, making it suitable for both math and physics equations.
Absolutely. The "Math/Physics Equation writing tool" is commonly used by scientists, researchers, and students for writing equations in scientific papers, presentations, and reports. Its professional formatting and flexibility make it a valuable tool for any scientific work.
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The "Math/Physics Equation writing tool" has a user-friendly interface and is designed to be intuitive and easy to use. However, if you need help, there are tutorials and guides available online, as well as a help section within the program itself. Additionally, playing around with the tool and experimenting with different equations is a great way to learn how to use it effectively.