Convert Latex, AsciiMath and MathML equations to an image.
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Overview
Math Equations allows you to take your typeset languages and convert them to images to use inside of your slideshow.  Other features include the ability to reload a equation image and make changes and re upload to your presentation.   

Recent changes added the math equations data into the alt text, which you can see by clicking using control + alt + y.


Supported Languages are
-Latex
-AsciiMath
-MathML

Other Features
-Font Color
-Font Size


If you have any problems just send my a message at
bafeaturerequest@gmail.com
Code can be located at
https://github.com/brendena/MathEquationsGoogleSlide

If this extension is interested you can check out my other extension that allows you to create math equations on any site.
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/math-equations/fkioioejambaepmmpepneigdadjpfamh

Examples
Tex
  --valid Tex equation

  x^n + y^n = z^n

  Tex type uses inline notation.  Which restricts what you can add in your equation.

  Add \[ ]\ will cause a error at the current iteration.
  Also many formatting tags and the use of usepackage will cause a error. Some of these feature i will include after i build a separate window to work on larger equations. 


MathML
   --Valid MathML

   <mi>&#x3C0;</mi>
   <mo>&#x2062;</mo>
   <msup>
     <mi>r</mi>
     <mn>2</mn>
   </msup>
   
   MathML doesn't need to have a <math> tag to be a valid equation.  

AsciiMath
  --Valid AsciiMath
   
  sum_(i=1)^n i^3=((n(n+1))/2)^2


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Dimitrios Chalkiadakis
April 24, 2022
I don't understand why the reviews are so bad. This tool is very usefull since 1) You can check the equation you will get before actually "rendering" the image. 2)You can choose an image of an equation you have made some time ago and then do some refinements without having to rewrite the whole equation. There are some difficulties since you will need to resize the images a lot but this is a problem of Google Slides not supporting Latex. Given the circumstances this tool is great.
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M.A. Cotteret
March 15, 2023
Great, but sometimes output can be quite low resolution
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Lucas Mastripolito
October 18, 2022
it good
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A User of Math Equations
February 22, 2021
It's a darned sight better than nothing... frustrating that Google managed to put an equation editor into Docs but not in Slides. This isn't the most intuitive interface, but once you get the hang of it it's usable. A cool feature is the ability to "connect" to a currently selected equation image in your slide, which allows the equation editor to extract the underlying equation text so you can edit it. I originally gave this extension three stars, but the more I've used it, I realized the power of its features and the thought that went into its design. I would recommend this to anyone needing to add equations to Google Slides.
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Bernardo Walmott Borges
August 12, 2021
Great add-on to use in Google Slide presentations! The app presentation could be improved, but it's is just a detail. Other suggestions to improvement: install asmath package, list of previous used equations and colors.
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A User of Math Equations
August 19, 2020
It works really well. The only downside is that I don't get consistent font sizes. E.G.: I'm solving an integral (Google Slides) step by step, and need to generate each part of the process. The issue arises when I use "tall" symbols, such as vectors or integrals; it changes the equation size, and therefore it disrupts the font size. ¿Es there a workaround to this? Otherwise, reeeaaally useful.
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Emilio Gallicchio
November 9, 2021
The best equation editor by far in my opinion. Too bad it does not support Google Docs, only Slides. Sigh!
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A User of Math Equations
November 20, 2019
Works perfectly! You will see many reviews saying that it is difficult to use, but that is not the case IF you understand how to write equations in LaTeX. Contrary to what others have said, you can in fact edit an equation after creating it using the equation linking feature. This add-on is absolutely essential for me! No more taking screenshots of equations and pasting them in with a solid background. I wish I could post images with this review. I'd show you how great it is.
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Arghya Sinha
June 23, 2021
Works flawlessly. But the font size decreases. That is a problem.
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A User of Math Equations
April 11, 2020
I really liked the add-on, it helped me type math equations into my document and it works great.I could change my text size , color. Initially I was perplexed with the usage of LaTex to form symbols, but later I realized it is pretty easy. I used desmos, to convert my equations to LaTex, then copied it back to the equation inserter window and got results. For me this trick worked pretty well without having to learn whole LaTex.
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