Microsoft rolled out an interesting feature for **Windows OneNote app** – Math Assistant. The feature enhanced the app’s utility, primarily used for creating notes. What was special about this feature was that it allowed users to write an equation by hand and let the app convert, along with the steps outlined to solve it. This capability (intelligent assistance) turned the app into a math tutor for many students. Now, to help you learn more effectively, the app has developed a nifty feature – the ability to **graph an equation in OneNote**.

## Draw Graphs of Equations in Windows OneNote

Now, when you want to solve a math equation and write it down, the Ink math assistant will jump into action and quickly plot an interactive graph to help you visualize those hard-to-understand math concepts.

Besides, it integrates well with Editor, the recently announced intelligent writing assistant in Word. The dual combination of these apps makes Office an even better tool for learning things interactively.

You can perform multiple actions, such as zooming in and moving the graph to observe intersection points or changing the values of parameters in your equations to understand better how each of them reflects on the graph. When all appears well, you can save a screenshot of the graph directly to your page to revisit it later. So, let us see the way to draw graphs of an equation in Windows 10.

To do this, begin by writing your equation. For example: y=x+3 or y=sin(x)+cos(2x).

Next, use **Lasso tool** to select the equation and then, on the Draw tab, click the Math button.

Now, from the drop-down menu that displays a list of options in math pane, select the option – **Graph in 2D**.

You can change the appearance of the graph of your equation—use a single finger to move the graph position or two fingers to change the zoom level.

Then, use **+** and **–** buttons to change the values of the parameters in your equation.

When done, click the **Insert on Pag**e button to add a screenshot of the graph to your page.

*That’s it!*

This is how you can draw graphs for equations in OneNote Windows app. Please note that **Ink Math Assistant** is available in OneNote for Windows, for Office 365 subscribers only.