I know, right? Hats off to @michelle.wooten for finding it! Also, thanks for the kinds words. I am glad that we can offer options that help students focus on sharing their thinking

# Equation Editor

**sbutler**#43

I’m not seeing places for calculus inputs such as an integral sign. Am I missing this? I teach AP calculus and would like them to be able to use this feature too

**david**#44

What are all the specific symbols you’d like added to the calculator? We can definitely consider adding more.

**sbutler**#45

An integral sign and a summation sign would be fantastic. Also the ability to write piecewise functions would be good too

**mjdeister**#47

I see you have sin but no cosine on the calculator. How do you display cos. Also, I need theta and I don’t see that symbol either.

**david**#48

Thanks for the feedback, Myra! We can definitely consider adding both of these to the calculator!

**slm12**#49

@bennettl To put double digit as a subscript, you need to put {} around the number. For instance if you want to type log base 12 you would do log (underscore){12} x and then it should put the 12 as a subscript.

**slm12**#50

I would love to see a higher degree root added to. Right now, it is limited to just the square root, but I teach Adv. Algebra 2 where the students are doing cube roots, 4th roots, etc.

**david**#51

I noted this in our meeting! Thanks for sharing it here too in case others want to express their interest in those symbols!

**david**#52

@mjdeister I just wanted to follow up because I noticed something. You can type in “cos” as shown below. Does that meet your needs or is there something we can do to improve upon this?