Auto-Latex Equations

Auto-Latex Equations
Initial release 2015 (2015)
Stable release
8.1 / 19 January 2016 (2016-01-19)
Operating system Google Chrome, Mac OS X, Windows, Linux
Website Home, Download Link

Auto-Latex Equations is a Google Docs add-on that allows any Google Docs user to type mathematical equations inside their documents. Auto-Latex Equations uses MathJax and LaTeX-style syntax and functions similar to the Art of Problem Solving math typesetting. It can be downloaded from the Google Docs Add-on Store for free here.[1]

The first version of Auto-Latex Equations was released in 2015. The original programmer, designer, and marketer of Auto-Latex Equations is Aayush Gupta, a student in the Bay Area.[2]


Auto-Latex Equations is used by teachers, professors, and students worldwide. Due to its free status and integration with Google Docs, it has become a standard in school districts across the nation.[3]

See also


  1. "Auto-Latex Equations". Retrieved 2016-01-29.
  2. "About Us - Auto-Latex Equations". Retrieved 2016-01-29.
  3. "Is there a LaTeX wrapper for use in Google Docs?". Retrieved 2016-01-29.

External links

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