Give students everyday practice with interactive online testing type questions while collecting deep insights into what they know or don’t—and how you can help. Choose from the template library or create and share your own assessments within your school. Receive immediate performance data. Because it is cloud based, it works on any device with internet and can be accessed with single sign-on with a Google Apps for Education account.

In Word 2011 (Mac) Insert a frequently used or built-in equation or expression To save time, you can insert a built-in equation and edit it to suit your needs instead of typing the equation character by character.

Click where you want to insert an equation or expression.

On the Document Elements tab, under Math, click the arrow next to Equation, and then select the equation or expression that you want from the equation gallery.

Document Elements tab, Math group

To edit a variable in an equation or expression, press the right or left arrow key until you highlight the variable that you want to edit. Then, hold SHIFT and press the right or left arrow key to select the variable.

## Middle School Resources

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Give students everyday practice with interactive online testing type questions while collecting deep insights into what they know or don’t—and how you can help. Choose from the template library or create and share your own assessments within your school. Receive immediate performance data. Because it is cloud based, it works on any device with internet and can be accessed with single sign-on with a Google Apps for Education account.

http://tinyurl.com/6-8MathResources

Using Equation Editor with StudentsIn Word 2010 (PC)In Word 2011 (Mac)Insert a frequently used or built-in equation or expression

To save time, you can insert a built-in equation and edit it to suit your needs instead of typing the equation character by character.

To edit a variable in an equation or expression, press the right or left arrow key until you highlight the variable that you want to edit. Then, hold SHIFT and press the right or left arrow key to select the variable.