For mathematical purposes, it might be needed to write equations in Ans. This can be done in questions, content and criteria. The equations can be written into the Ans platform using LaTeX code but also can also be made using the build-in equation editor. *Read here the explanation of the use of LaTeX in Ans. *

**How to write equations in Ans using the build-in equation editor**

- Create an assignment.
*Read here how to create an assignment.* - Click
**Add content**or**Add exercise**. - Click the
**∑-icon**. - Use the equation editor, see image below, and type your equation by clicking the special operators and/or by typing numbers, signs or letters.
- Click
**Insert equation**to insert the equation into the question or content block. - A line of code will be placed in your textbox in between four dollar signs ($$
*equation*$$). This is supposed to happen. - Click
**Save**to save the question or content block. You will see the equation being rendered above the text block. Also, the result can be seen in preview in the right part of your screen.

**Note**: It is also possible to write equations in criteria.

**What's next?**

- When you have created an exercise, you can set the criteria.
- When you have created all your exercises and set all your criteria, your assignment is ready to be made.

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