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MathJax basic tutorial and quick reference

Long division ...

MathJax basic tutorial and quick reference

Displaystyle and Textstyle Many things like fractions, sums, limits, and integrals display differently when written inline versus in a displayed formula. You can switch styles back and forth with <...

MathJax basic tutorial and quick reference

Vertical Spacing Some formulas such as $\overline a+\overline b=\overline {a\cdot b}$, $\sqrt{a}-\sqrt{b}$, do not look quite right when it comes to vertical spacing. Fortunately, there is more than ...

MathJax basic tutorial and quick reference

Equation numbering Simple equation To give an equation a number, use the \tag{}. To refer to it later, use \label{} to label ...

MathJax basic tutorial and quick reference

Linear programming Formulation A theoretical LPP can be typeset as ...

MathJax basic tutorial and quick reference

Units While $\LaTeX$ has packages that format units, MathJax does not. For visual consistency, one should format units within the same string of MathJax code as the value to which it corresponds, ...

MathJax basic tutorial and quick reference

Mixing code and MathJax formatting on lines To give an example of how this might be useful, I wanted to express an algorithm in more or less the same indentation and symbolic way it appears in a ...

MathJax basic tutorial and quick reference

Markov Chains This is a heuristic solution for coding Markov chains in Mathjax using a combination of commutative diagrams, the encircle tool and font sizes. There are a few minor issues with this ...

MathJax basic tutorial and quick reference

Tables W/ Sub-Variables After spending too much time searching for a way to make tables of this form (to no avail), I spent even longer searching for the pieces (of which most were found here) to ...

MathJax basic tutorial and quick reference

Overlaying symbols (using negative spacing) To overlay the $\wedge$ \wedge and the $\bigcirc$ \bigcirc, to make the Kulkarni ...

MathJax basic tutorial and quick reference

Is there a way to make the Greek letters displayed upright (non-italic)? Asked in comment. There is a way using unicode characters, for which one can search here: http://unicode-table.com/en. Normal ...
Tensor indices T^{\alpha\beta}{}_{\gamma\delta} $T^{\alpha\beta}{}_{\gamma\delta}$ T^{\alpha \beta}{}_{\gamma\delta}{}^{\lambda} ...
Alternative Ways of Writing in $\Large\LaTeX$ TYPESET FONTS As mentioned before, you can write $\mathtt{. . .}$ to generate fonts like $\mathtt{A}$, $\mathtt{B}$, \$...