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How do I create a Simple Formula quiz question?
Updated on: Aug 07, 2017How do I create a Simple Formula quiz question? 
How do I create a Formula question in New Quizzes?
Updated on: Oct 30, 2020How do I create a Formula question in New Quizzes? 
How do I create a Formula quiz question with a single variable?
Updated on: Sep 14, 2017How do I create a Formula quiz question with a single variable? 
How do I create a Numerical Answer quiz question?
Updated on: Aug 07, 2017Note : If you need help adding a mathematical formula in the Rich Content Editor, please see the Math 
How do I use the Math Editor in the Rich Content Editor?
Updated on: Sep 14, 2017Canvas has an integrated tool for math and science formulas based on LaTeX, the industry standard for academic publication. The LaTeX Math Editor is built into the Rich Content Editor. The Rich Content Editor is used in features that support the editor (Announcements, Assignments, Discussions, Pages, Quizzes, or Syllabus). Canvas also includes the option to create equations and expressions with its graphical pointandclick editor.
The Math Editor can be used for basic mathematical formatting for introductory math courses or for more advanced mathematical text for higherlevel math courses. Both students and instructors have access to the editor.
For more help, download the following PDF files:
Note: To have characters #, $, %, &, ^, _, {, and } appear in the Rich Content Editor, when your equation is inserted, you must use Advanced View and type a backslash (\) before the character. The ~ character can be inserted through Advanced View by typing \~~. The $ character can be inserted through Basic View by typing \$$.

How do I use the Math Editor in the New Rich Content Editor as an instructor?
Updated on: Nov 02, 2020Canvas has an integrated tool for math and science formulas based on LaTeX, the industry standard for academic publication. The LaTeX Math Editor is built into the New Rich Content Editor. Several features in Canvas support the New Rich Content Editor, including Announcements, Assignments, Discussions, Pages, Quizzes, and Syllabus. Canvas also includes the option to create equations and expressions with its graphical pointandclick editor.
The Math Editor can be used for basic mathematical formatting for introductory math courses or for more advanced mathematical text for higherlevel math courses. Both students and instructors have access to the editor.
For more help, download the following PDF files:
Notes:
 To have characters #, $, %, &, ^, _, {, and } appear in the New Rich Content Editor, when your equation is inserted, you must use Advanced View and type a backslash (\) before the character. The ~ character can be inserted through Advanced View by typing \~~. The $ character can be inserted through Basic View by typing \$$.
 The New Rich Content Editor is currently a course optin feature. You can manage your course features in Course Settings.

Canvas Quick Guide  Moodle to Canvas Content Conversion
Updated on: May 07, 2018Moodle Quizzes Canvas Quizzes Calculated Formula Calculated Multichoice None 
How do I use the Math Editor in the New Rich Content Editor as a student?
Updated on: Nov 10, 2020Canvas has an integrated tool for math and science formulas based on LaTeX, the industry standard for academic publication. The LaTeX Math Editor is built into the New Rich Content Editor. Several features in Canvas support the New Rich Content Editor, including Announcements, Assignments, Discussions, Pages, and Quizzes. Canvas also includes the option to create equations and expressions with its graphical pointandclick editor.
The Math Editor can be used for basic mathematical formatting for introductory math courses or for more advanced mathematical text for higherlevel math courses. Both students and instructors have access to the editor.
For more help, download the following PDF files:
Notes:
 To have characters #, $, %, &, ^, _, {, and } appear in the New Rich Content Editor, when your equation is inserted, you must use Advanced View and type a backslash (\) before the character. The ~ character can be inserted through Advanced View by typing \~~. The $ character can be inserted through Basic View by typing \$$.
 The New Rich Content Editor is currently a course optin feature. If the Rich Content Editor in your course does not match the images in this lesson, your course is using the classic Rich Content Editor.