How Do I Use the Math Editor in the Rich Content Editor?

Curve has an integrated tool for math and science formulas based on LaTeX, the industry standard for academic publication. The LaTeX Math Editor is built into the Rich Content Editor. The Rich Content Editor is used in features that support the editor (Announcements, Assignments, Discussions, Pages, Quizzes, or Syllabus). Curve also includes the option to create equations and expressions with its graphical point-and-click editor.

The Math Editor can be used for basic mathematical formatting for introductory math courses or for more advanced mathematical text for higher-level math courses. Both students and instructors have access to the editor.

 

Open Rich Content Editor

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Open the Rich Content Editor using one of the Curve features which support the Editor.

 

Open Math Editor

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Click the Function icon to open the Math Editor. A window will appear in your browser.

 

Create Basic Math Equation

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Use the Math Editor toolbar [1] to insert an equation in the equation field [2]. You can see a preview of your work below [3].

 

Insert Equation

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Click Ok to insert the equation into the Rich Content Editor.

 

Add Text to Equations

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In the Rich Content Editor, you can add text around your equations.

 

Save Changes

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Click the Save button to save any changes to the post made in the Rich Content Editor.

Note: When using the Rich Content Editor in Assignments, Discussions, Pages, and Quizzes, you have the option to Save & Publish. When using the Rich Content Editor in the Syllabus and Discussions pages, the Save button may appear as “Update Syllabus” or “Post Reply”.

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