Now it's possible to do mathematical notation in H5P thanks to Wiris MathType.

- Both are available in the authoring tool and the student view.
- Works both with Type and Handwrite.
- Also works with ChemType, to work with chemical notation.

This feature is disabled by default. For more information on MathType, please contact sales@h5p.com.

To check how this feature looks and behaves, visit these links Mathematical formula using LaTeX and MathType demo.

## For authors:

For authors, the tool is available in most of the content types that support text. The MathType buttons are found in the WYSIWYG text editor, after clicking on them the Wiris interface should pop up.

### MathType

### ChemType

**Note**: In the content type "Fill in the Blanks" is possible for students to answer using MathType or ChemType, but this option needs to be enabled. Once in the Fill in the Blanks content, scroll down to "Behavioral settings", after clicking on the "Formula editor for answer fields" box the WYSIWYG will be available for students.

## For Students:

For students, the MathType and ChemType tool is only available within Fill In The Blanks.

This is the student's view while answering:

This is what the student sees after finishing the task:

### Another way of using mathematical expressions

It is also possible to write mathematical expressions without using the Wiris interface. You just need to type the LaTex directly in a code wrap.

`\( some LaTeX \)`

for inline LaTeX, commonly used as part of sentences within a text.`\[ some LaTeX \]`

or optionally $$ some LaTeX $$ for block LaTeX, commonly used as a standalone formula that will be centered.