Questionmark Live now includes the eQuation Formula Editor

Posted By Doug Peterson

Questionmark Live browser-based authoring now features the Questionmark eQuation Formula Editor! The eQuation Formula Editor makes it possible to insert a math formula in your question stimulus or choices. It’s very easy to do, and this video will show you how!

4 Responses to “Questionmark Live now includes the eQuation Formula Editor”

  1. Barbara Burnes says:

    Doug, I was trying incorporate πR^2
    into a question and it your equation drop down do not an R or a 2 in it. Would you be able to add symbol that used more often than the choices you give.

  2. Doug Peterson says:

    Barbara,

    Use the Pi symbol, then type an “R” with your keyboard like usual, and finish up with the superscript symbol and type in your “2”. Please email me at doug.peterson@questionmark.com if you have any follow-up questions. Pi Symbol
    Sincerely,

    Doug Peterson

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