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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triggering the TeX filter

  • Two double $'s embracing a valid math expression trigger the filter to generate and insert the formula gif.
  • Ex.:  $$a^2$ produces a^2$$

U

upsilon (lower case greek letter)

$$\upsilon$ gives \upsilon$$

Upsilon (upper case greek letter)

$$\Upsilon$ gives \Upsilon$$

V

varepsilon (special lower case greek letter)

$$\varepsilon$ gives \varepsilon$$

variables

  • Variables in formulas are rendered in italic roman font face, which is a widely used convention.
  • Following this convention, constants are shown as non-italic.
  • Exp.: $$f(x)=3a+x$ gives</li></ul><p style="text-align:center;">f(x)=3a+x$$


varphi (special lower case greek letter)

$$\varphi$ gives \varphi$$

varpi (special lower case greek letter)

$$\varpi$ gives \varpi$$

varrho (special lower case greek letter)

$$\varrho$ gives \varrho$$

varsigma (special lower greek letter)

$$\varsigma$ gives \varsigma$$

vartheta (special lower case greek letter)

$$\vartheta$ gives \vartheta$$


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