1. Mar 28, 2015

### Raghav Gupta

I get most of the solutions of plain text on Google, showing various links or books.
But questions having mathematical equation in them are not shown on Google.
Is there a way to write latex on Google?

2. Mar 28, 2015

### Greg Bernhardt

Google does not accept processed LaTeX in their search box. You can type in some short bits of code and might find something though.

3. Mar 28, 2015

### Raghav Gupta

What type of code?
Suppose I have to find solution for $\int_0^{nπ+v} |sinx| dx$
This question is not made by me.

4. Mar 28, 2015

### Greg Bernhardt

Yeah you can't copy and paste that into Google Search

5. Mar 28, 2015

### Raghav Gupta

So is there another way to type this integral in google search box?

6. Mar 28, 2015

### Greg Bernhardt

7. Mar 28, 2015

### Raghav Gupta

I have used that wolframalpha before. It's nice but it doesn't show the steps in getting the answer. Is there something else we must write so that it shows us the steps?

8. Mar 28, 2015

### Raghav Gupta

Oh, sorry. I used mobile wolfram alpha earlier and it was different. I not opened the link given by you on first sight.
Although it requires paying for pro alpha to show fulll steps then also it's fine for some steps.
Thanks.