Please note that any image you will paste into "Full manuscript text" will be lost. We are accepting only three ways of inserting equations in papers, as described below:

1. You can insert equations in your paper asLatexformulas, surrounded by \( and \) like this

\(\sum_{i=1}^{n} x_{i}^{2}\)

or surrounded by $$ (two dollar signs) like this

$$\int_{0}^{\pi} \sin x \, dx = 2$$

2. or you can save your equations on your desktop as simple images, attach them in the Figures field and insert them in the Full manuscript text.

3. If you are profficient in computing, you can insert MATHML code directly in the paper's text.

How can you get Latex formulas? If your text editor doesnt allow you to copy your equations as Latex formulas, you can build your equations as Latex expressions using these online free services: