Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Create graphs and complex math equations directly from the Google Docs sidebar with g(Math)

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Create graphs and complex math equations directly from the Google Docs sidebar with g(Math)

If you're looking for the easiest method of inserting math equations and graphs into your Google Docs, here is the solution for you.

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