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LaTeX for CoAD: Equations

Fomulae

LaTeX is particularly useful for handling math and formulae.  LaTeX allows users to set formulae either inline (within the text ) or in display mode (on a separate line).  

There are three different delimiters for Inline Mode:

\(  \), 

$  $ 

 \begin{math}
 \end{math}.

 

This is an example of setting the equation $a+b=\gamma$ with inline mode.

 

LaTex Code Inline

 

Display mode:

\begin{equation}
a+b=\gamma
\end{equation}

 

LaTeX Display Equations

 

 

Springer's LaTeX Search (beta) also let's you search over 8 million LaTeX code snippets to find the equation you need:  http://latexsearch.com/

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