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How To Outsmart The LaTeX Symbols

Read this post until finish. You will find the easiest way to write symbols using LaTeX in your website or your paper.

When the final assignment (especially math students) like or dislike – want or not, they must use LaTeX. This is to make it easier for them when creating symbols especially when revised. LaTeX is also very helpful in the numbering of definitions, theorems, or others that can be decoded each number code without having to replace them one by one.

But in reality many people presume the use of LaTeX more difficult than using Ms. Word. It is true that we must use LaTeX codes to generate mathematical symbols or make commands. For the example :

You must write : \frac{\sqrt[4]{3x^{2}}}{x^{\frac{1}{2}}}

To show symbol :

    \[\frac{\sqrt[4]{3x^{2}}}{x^{\frac{1}{2}}}\]

This causes some people are lazy to learn the code because of time constraints, too many commands to understand, or many command code errors so that the symbols that appear do not match what he wants.

LaTeX code can actually be tricked. And some of the commands in authorship in WinEdt must be every university has a standard template. So your problem is how to outsmart the LaTeX codes.

OK. Here’s how to outsmart the writing of LaTeX symbols. (more…)

How To Put Mathematical Symbols Into Your Blog or Website

I started this web with this post. It because in writing this website most (or even all) posts must use this way.

Some people inserted mathematical symbols very complicatedly. They typed symbols in Ms. Word then saves in the form of images and then uploads images to the website. That’s very impractical. I share the best way to insert math symbols in your website / blog. OK, let’s begin to the discussion.

Step 1. Make a math symbol using the LaTeX code. For those who do not know about the code LaTeX, I will discuss this code in the next article. For understanding the meantime, please visit this link. There are translations of mathematical symbols in the LaTeX code. Next, suppose you want to bring up this symbol :

    \[\lim_{x\rightarrow a}f\left(x\right)=L\]

The symbol above has a LaTeX code : \lim_{x\rightarrow a}f\left(x\right)=L (more…)