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LaTeX is the de facto standard markup language for Mathematics and mathematical expressions.

The Open Source Mathematics environment SageMath uses as its native output form for typeset output right in your browser. In SageMath, the underlying code can be viewed by double-clicking on any typeset expression.

This Wiki supports inclusion of expressions.

Moodle also supports the use of expressions. See also The Math Department Moodle instance.

 

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Sample Math graphics and their LaTeX expressions as used to produce them on these pages. This is also a handy quick reference for use in The Math Department Moodle instance.
 

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The Open Source Mathematics environment SageMath uses as its native output form for typeset output right in your browser. Typeset output can use freely available ttf fonts and the underlying code can be viewed by double-clicking on any typeset expression.

Quick Reference

Sample Math graphics and their LaTeX expressions as used to produce them on these pages.

Examples for using .
This installation of the TWiki web collaboration environment has embedded LaTeX support. Expressions must be surrounded by opening and closing latex tags. e.g.:
<latex>e^{i\pi}=-1</latex> yields
This graphic arises from this text.
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\widehat{p}\dagger x_{1}^\prime\bar{x}\bullet
\alpha\beta\delta\gamma\mu\pi\sigma\theta\omega
A B\Delta\Gamma M\Pi\Sigma\Theta\Omega
\sqrt[4]{x}^2  = \sqrt{x}
x = \mbox{\LARGE $\frac{ -b\pm\sqrt{b^2-4ac} }{ 2a }$}
x = \frac{ -b\pm\sqrt{b^2-4ac} }{ 2a }
x = \mbox{\small $\frac{ -b\pm\sqrt{b^2-4ac} }{ 2a }$}
Pr(\mbox{\small X=k})={n\choose k}p^k(1-p)^{n-k}
\sum_{i=1}^n i = \frac{n*(n+1)}{2}
\int_{-\infty}^\infty e^{-\alpha x^2} dx = \sqrt{\frac{\pi}{\alpha}}
\int {f^{-1}(y)} dy = x f(x) - \int{f(x)} dx $ where $ x = f^{-1}(y)
y\propto x
F^{\circ}=\frac{9}{5} C + 32
N(\mu,\sigma)
Binomial(n,p)\sim N(np,\sqrt{npq})
\mbox{\small $Binomial(n,p)\sim N(np,\sqrt{npq})$}
\ll 0 \le\sigma^2 < \infty \gg
year\approx\pi\cdot10^7 seconds

-- DickFurnas - 21 Feb 2008

 
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