To write a mathematical or physics or chemistry book, you need to know how to add an exponent. So we can easily associate the exponent with the question or answer. If you want to write something like a professional writer, you often need to know How to put an exponent in google docs?
How to put an exponent in google docs?
There are different ways to put an exponent in Google Docs but there is no direct option called “Exponent”. If you want to type a mathematical question, you must look at how to write the exponent and write it that way.
Now we will know how to add an exponent to a question or its answer. So you have to put the exponents following the rules below.
To put an exponent in Google Docs, you have to click on an option called “Insert” in the top left menu bar of Google. Click on it.Then you can go there and see the feature. There is an option called “Equation” inside it. Click on it.
Now click where you want to put the exponents, then look at the bottom line in the top menu’s bar. There is a menu of exponent shortcuts. There are pictures of some equations. Click here and use the exponents you need.
There is another method you can use to write the exponents.
You have to click on an option called Insert in the top left menu bar of Google. Then you can go there and see the feature. There is an option called Special Characters inside. Click on it. From then on you will be able to use the necessary explanations in your articles.
You can also read this: How to write a subscript in google docs?
We hope now you can easily put an exponent in your math terms by following the instructions. If you like our article, you can comment. Thank you.
Charlie M. Patton is a content writer and blogger who loves to share tricks about Microsoft Office, Excel, Google Docs. He has vast experience in using different versions of MS word, Excel, PowerPoint and other related software. Charlie M. Patton also shares tips on how to use the latest version of Google Docs which is still being developed by developers at google!