Math Notation Help


This glossary will help you build complex mathematical equations using the Tex markup language. This will involve using @@ or $$ before and after the expression to display the desired results.


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delta

$$\delta$$ is \delta

Delta (upper case greek letter)

$$\Delta$$ gives \Delta

delta (lower case greek letter)

$$\delta$$ gives \delta

div (division)

$$x\div~y$$ gives x\div~y

division

@@1/2@@   is \frac{1}{2}

double vertical line (norm symbol)

  • Syntax: \left\|...\right\|
  • Exp.: $$\left\|af\right\| = \left|a\right|\left\|f\right\|$$ gives

\left\|af\right\| = \left|a\right|\left\|f\right\|

E

epsilon (lower case greek letter)

$$\epsilon$$ gives \epsilon

equals

@@x=2@@   is x=2

escaping the TeX filter

  • With two triple $'s embracing an expression you can make the filter to escape and the code itself is shown (with two embracing double $'s).
  • Ex.: $$$a^2$$$ produces $$a^2$$, i.e. prevents the filter to render it as a formula gif.

eta (lower case greek letter)

$$\eta$$ gives \eta

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