## Can you do a word count in Google Docs?

Google Docs can display the word count in a browser and in the Google Doc apps for Android and iOS. On an Android device: Open your Google Doc in the app | tap the vertical three dot menu (in the upper right corner) | tap Word Count.

## How do you change text spacing in Google Docs?

Change line spacingOn your computer, open a document in Google Docs.Select the lines you want to change.Click Format. Line spacing.Select a line spacing option: To change your paragraph spacing, click Single, 1.15, 1.5, or Double.

## How do you put little numbers under words in Google Docs?

Press Ctrl+. (Windows/ChromeOS) or Cmd+. (macOS) for superscript and Ctrl+, (Windows/ChromeOS) or Cmd+, (macOS) for subscript. Start typing and your text will now appear as superscript or subscript.

## How do you put a line under text in Google Docs?

To add a horizontal line:Place the insertion point at the location where you want the horizontal line to appear.Click Insert, then select Horizontal line from the drop-down menu.The horizontal line will appear in the document.

## How do I make lines thicker in Google Docs?

To add a line below a header that runs to the right margin, put your cursor in the header and go to Format > Paragraph styles > Borders and shading. Select the second option from the left and then choose the thickness, color, style, padding, etc. that you want.

## How do you put exponents in Google Docs?

You can find it (and shortcut) in Docs (not Sheets) under Format > Text > Superscript.

## How do I make exponents?

Press the “Shift” and “6” keys to enter a caret symbol. Alternatively, type two asterisks in a row. Enter the exponent.

## What is the symbol for subscript?

Use “_” (underscore) for subscripts. If the subscript has more than one character, enclose it in braces: “lim_{x –> 0} sin (x) / x”.

## How do you write 1st 2nd 3rd on word?

Superscript in WordPlace cursor where you want the superscript to go.In the Home tab, click the superscript button X2Type what you want as the superscript.Click the superscript button again to return to normal font.

## How do you write a base in Word?

Select the character that you want to format. For superscript, press Ctrl, Shift, and the Plus sign (+) at the same time. For subscript, press Ctrl and the Equal sign (=) at the same time. (Do not press Shift.)

## How do you write scientific notation in Word?

To quickly format a number in scientific notation, click Scientific in the Number Format box (Home tab, Number group). The default for scientific notation is two decimal places.

## How do I write equations in Word?

Write an equation or formulaChoose Insert > Equation and choose the equation you want from the gallery.After you insert the equation the Equation Tools Design tab opens with symbols and structures that can be added to your equation.

## How do you convert E to number?

How to Convert Scientific Notation to a Decimal Number. To convert SN to a decimal number, you start with the number left of the multiplication sign (or “E”) and move the decimal point right (if positive exponent) or left (if negative exponent) the number of places indicated by the power-of-ten exponent.

## How do you write scientific notation on a computer?

Scientific notationPlace a decimal point after the first digit. If we were using the same number we used above, the decimal point would be placed after the nine.Complete the remainder of the number excluding the trailing zeros. To find the exponent, count all the digits up to the decimal point.

## What is M in scientific notation?

1 meter (m) When working with small numbers, we use a negative exponent. So 0.1 meters is 1 × 10-1 meters, 0.01 is 1 × 10-2 and so forth. Table above gives examples of smaller units. Note the use of the leading zero (the zero to the left of the decimal point).