Hello,

I've read a bunch of forums on this subject and, although I can find suggestions of methods to try, I can't find out if they work. I tried out many of the methods but I still can't figure out if I can convert Equations created in MS Equations (in Word) directly into Moodle.

I've tried:

a) Using the Word Import Plugin (where two plugins need to be installed)

b) Using the plugin where you need to create a book to import the Word File

c) The plugin where you need to export a file first, then import it back in

d) One plugin where you import into a question bank

e) I tried checking the box "Copy MathML to the clipboard as plain text", but I'm not sure what to do with this, as when I paste it then import it, it doesn't show up in the right format (as per below)

e) I've also tried finding intermediary solutions where I put the word file into something else to then bring it into Moodle.

As an example, this is what I end up pasting directly from Word

Find the antiderivative of y= (4∛x+3)/∛xI could try putting dollar signs around it but it doesn't change the divisor : $$y= (4∛x+3)/∛x$$

What it should look like is (which I manually typed in):

Find the antiderivative of \(y=\frac{4\sqrt[3]{x}+3}{\sqrt[3]{x}}\)