How to use calculus expression in Hubpages?
I am working on a series of articles that deal with physical chemistry and, thus, a lot of equations(calculus based). Unfortunately, I have yet to find a way to express the math terms in a hub. I need symbols like integration, simultaneous upper and lower scores, summations,Greek letters,etc..
I can write up the equations in Word, but they will not copy over to the Hub text box. And I can't express them without it looking very sloppy, with to many explanations of what its suppose to represent.
Any help will be greatly appreciated!
Just create the equations and use Paint to create an image file. Then, upload the image in a photo capsule. It will probably look better that way because it will be larger and you can use colors, etc., to emphasize what you want.
You could use paint and draw the equations out there. Then, you could upload it as a picture. You could also draw what you are talking about on a paper and take a picture of it.
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