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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M

minus

$$-$ is -$$

minus plus

$$\mp~a$ gives \mp~a$$

mu (lower case greek letter)

$$\mu$ gives \mu$$

multiplication

$$x*y=z$ is x*y=z$$

multiplication (with cdot)

$$a\cdot~b$ gives a\cdot~b$$

N

not equal

$$x\neq~y$ gives </p><p align="center">x\neq~y$$

note: \neg produces the logical negation, i.e. $$\neg~A$ gives </p><p align="center">\neg~A$$


nu (lower case greek letter)

$$\nu$ gives \nu$$

O

omega (lower case greek letter)

$$\omega$ gives \omega$$

Omega (upper case greek letter)

$$\Omega$ gives \Omega$$

omikron (lower case greek letter)

$$o$</font> gives o$$

(note this exceptional syntax!)



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