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## Moodle directly supports LaTeX for mathematical expressions | ||||||||

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< < | You probably are already familiar with at some level. Moodle has provided native support for LaTeX expressions since our earliest installations and has continued to improve that support over the years. | |||||||

> > | You probably are already familiar with at some level. Moodle has provided native support for LaTeX expressions since our earliest installations and has continued to improve that support over the years. LaTeX is Turing Complete so cannot, and should not be supported in its entirety in a web application. However, for mathematical expressions, surrounding a LaTeX expression with `$$` is all that is required to have it render properly. | |||||||

## Moodle has very extensive and useful on-line helpThe on-line help in Moodle is superb. Pretty much anywhere you may have a question, you will find a little blue dot with a question mark. Click on it and you will be treated to on-line help which is genuinely useful. It is not unusual for the help to not only answer your question, but also divine your intent and propose or even recommend an alternative approach to what you may be trying to accomplish. |

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