**How To Install Microsoft Mathematics Add-on For OneNote And Word**

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**Microsoft Mathematics add-in** is a set of tools that enable users to **create 2D and 3D graphs, calculate numerical questions, solve equations, inequalities, and simplify the algebraic expressions**. This add-in is designed for **Microsoft word** and **OneNote notebooks**.

The **aim of designing **this add-in is to help those professionals, teachers and students who need to perform mathematical calculations and plot graphs in notebooks and word documents. Besides, this add-in featured with extensive collection of mathematical structures and symbols.

Users will get simple formatted expression that will help them to insert graphs easily into the word document and notebook.

**Tasks that can be performed by the Microsoft Mathematics Add-in are following:**

• Calculate standard mathematical functions such as logarithms and roots

• Calculate trigonometric equations such as cosine and sine

• Users can fine derivatives, limits, integrals, sums, and products of series.

• It performs matrix operations such as addition, multiplication, and inverses.

• Plot 2D graphs in polar coordinates and Cartesian.

• Plot 3D graphs in Cylindrical, spherical coordinates and Cartesian.

• Solves inequalities and equations

• Simplify the algebraic expressions.

• Factor integers and polynomials

• Calculate statistical equations and functions.

The latest add-in supports Microsoft word 2010, Microsoft word 2007, and Microsoft OneNote 2010. In order to get the free Microsoft mathematic add-in, just follow the below given steps.

• Download add-in “MASetup.exe”.

• In order to execute the installation program double click on the setup file and follow the onscreen procedure to complete the installation.

• Once the installation completed, start the word or OneNote program and you will see the computation, graphing options and new equation on the mathematical tab.

• That’s all.

Finally, you will be able to use the latest equation functions to solve the difficult inequalities.