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Learning TeX - Joe Horn - 12-14-2013 10:31 AM
My first attempt at TeX:\begin{equation} \varphi = 1 + \cfrac{1}{1 + \cfrac{1}{1 + \cfrac{1}{1 + \cfrac{1}{1 + \ddots } } } } \end{equation}Dang, this is easy! RE: Learning TeX - David Hayden - 06-10-2014 08:26 PM
Trying it here too: \begin{equation}x_1=x_0+vt+\frac{1}{2}at^2\end{equation} And more text. RE: Learning TeX - David Hayden - 06-10-2014 08:28 PM
and how about (a^2+b_2) Does that work? RE: Learning TeX - CosmicTruth - 06-15-2014 01:48 PM
Oscar Had A Hunk Of... \[\\sin =\frac{o=Oscar}{h=Had}\\ \\cos =\frac{a=A}{h=Hunk}\\ \\tan =\frac{o=Of}{a=?}\\\] Apple Thanks for the TeX Lesson http://www.codecogs.com/latex/eqneditor.php RE: Learning TeX - Marcio - 05-06-2015 02:31 PM
Hello, How do I enter equations using TeX? Shouldn't it be as simple as [tex] a=1 [/tex] Thanks RE: Learning TeX - CR Haeger - 05-06-2015 02:50 PM
(05-06-2015 02:31 PM)Marcio Wrote: Hello, +1 I don't know how to properly copy or insert Latex into forum posts. Perhaps this could be described and added as a sticky to the top of this test forum? RE: Learning TeX - Alberto Candel - 05-06-2015 04:29 PM
Inline \(\LaTeX\) Code: `\( your equation here \)` Code: `\[ your equation here \]` RE: Learning TeX - Marcio - 05-06-2015 04:49 PM
\( a=1 \) Ha. Thanks RE: Learning TeX - Joe Horn - 05-17-2015 04:33 AM
Hint: If you see a posting with nifty TeX in it, and want to see how they did it, just click the Quote button, take a peek at the TeX code, then press Back on your browser. Sorta like learning programming by reading other people's programs, which I'll bet we've all done. RE: Learning TeX - Brian D - 05-22-2015 06:43 AM
To view someone else's TeX code, you can also right-click on the math and choose to show the math as TeX commands. \(\LaTeX\) in general can be worth learning if you have reason to produce complicated documents with lots of cross-references, bibliography citations, index entries, figures, etc. RE: Learning TeX - Tugdual - 05-22-2015 09:21 AM
You may also use Daum which is both available online and as a Chrome add on. RE: Learning TeX - Marcelo Vanti - 08-21-2015 04:20 PM
\(E^2-p^2c^2=m^2c^4\) \[E^2-p^2c^2=m^2c^4\] \[f(x)=\begin{cases} 0,\quad -1\le x<-0,5,\\ 1,\quad -0,5<x<0,5,\\ 0,\quad 0,5<x\le 1. \end{cases}\] RE: Learning TeX - Vtile - 11-27-2015 12:17 AM
(05-06-2015 04:29 PM)Alberto Candel Wrote: Inline \(\LaTeX\) \( test^{latex} \) Interesting this works here, but not some other places on the forum... Edit.. Ah, it did go haywire after editing again. \( test^{latex} \) ... Edit2 : Solved it relates to Quick Edit vs Full Edit functionality. RE: Learning TeX - Marcio - 11-27-2015 12:22 AM
(11-27-2015 12:17 AM)Vtile Wrote:(05-06-2015 04:29 PM)Alberto Candel Wrote: Inline \(\LaTeX\) Maybe you put the TeX code as 'formatted code'? RE: Learning TeX - Vtile - 11-27-2015 12:26 AM
(11-27-2015 12:22 AM)Marcio Wrote:It is the quickedit vs full edit thing. I assume it is only a refressing "error" as I do not see it correctly at first, but I assume that others do see it correctly since they just loaded the page.(11-27-2015 12:17 AM)Vtile Wrote: \( test^{latex} \) |