In this next example, let’s take a look at how Chemistry users can create and solve problems inside of Google Forms. As a designer, open up a new form and type the question you are asking to students. Then choose the small blue box next to the question to open Equatio from within Forms. Inside the editor, create the Chemistry problem you are asking students to solve. When authoring math with Equatio in Google Forms, I prefer short answer as my response type so I can see student’s work once questions have been answered. I am going to now switch to the student user experience. As a person answering the question, go directly to the question and on your right side, choose the small blue box to open Equatio. In this example, I am going to use the Equation Editor to solve. When finished, click insert math to show your instructor your work.