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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\normalsize

  • Everthing following the \normalsize command will be output in the smallest predefined font size until the system encounters another font size command.
  • \normalsize is the default font size, i.e. the size automatically chosen if there is no font size command
  • Ex.: $$\normalsize~3x$ gives \normalsize~3x$$

\qquad

  • inserts a double space of current character set size
  • Ex.: $$a\qquad~b$ gives a\qquad~b$$

\quad

  • inserts a space of current character set size
  • Ex.: $$a\quad~b$ gives a\quad~b$$

\small

  • \small
  • Ex.: $$\small~3x$ gives \small~3x$$

\tiny

  • Everthing following the \tiny command will be output in the smallest predefined font size until the system encounters another font size command.
  • Ex.: $$\tiny~3x$ gives \tiny~3x$$

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absolute font sizes (overview)

Absolute Font Sizes
CommandExampleResult
\tiny$$\tiny 3x$</td><td valign="top" width="33%">\tiny 3x$$
\small$$\small 3x$</td><td valign="top" width="33%">\small 3x$$
\normalsize (default)$$\normalsize 3x$$$ or just $$3x$</td><td valign="top" width="33%">\normalsize 3x$$
\large$$\large 3x$</td><td valign="top" width="33%">\large 3x$$
\Large$$\Large 3x$</td><td valign="top" width="33%">\Large 3x$$
\LARGE$$\LARGE 3x$</td><td valign="top" width="33%">\LARGE 3x$$
   

\huge and \Huge are not supported by the mimeTeX filter

  


algebraic expression

using @@ x=y^2@@ to create x=y^{2}

alpha (lower case greek letter)

$$\alpha$ gives \alpha$$

angle bracket

  • Syntax: \left<...\right>
  • Ex.: $$\left<f,g\right>$ gives </li></ul><p align="center">\left<f,g\right>$$


arithmetic operations

  • Type arithmetic operations and "=" as usual.
  • Exp.: $$f(x)=x-2b+(3a/c)$ gives</li></ul><p style="text-align:center;">f(x)=x-2b+(3a/c)$$

    • See also keyword "fraction" for extended capabilities.


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