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On Windows, you should be able to get into the MathJax contextual menu by right click on any (correctly rendered) formula. This menu contains various items, you can go to Math Settings -> Math Renderer and then choose one of the renderers. Here is a formula which you can use for testing: $$x^2+y^2=z^2.$$ Screenshot showing the MathJax menu: On macOS (...


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I am unable to find some examples on the main site right now, but I think that I have seen some instances where MathJax formulas with slightly higher vertical height are hidden behind the text. Let us try some experiments here: It seems that $$ a=\frac{A}{K}, b=\frac{B}{K}, c=\frac{C}{K}, d=\frac{dK}{K}, n=\frac{N}{K}. $$ works fine, but using \text inside ...


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This seems to work. (Instead of <br> you can simply use two spaces, if you prefer.) >! If $K=1-\frac{K_1}{2K_2}$ then clearly $K<1$.<br> >! Let $\lambda=\frac1{2K_2}$ so $K=1-\lambda K_1$.<br> >! Then $0\le\frac12=1-\frac12=1-\lambda K_2\le1-\lambda F'(c)\leq1-\lambda K_1=K<1$.<br> This was the suggestion from an ...


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