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Original: http://web2.0calc.com/questions/a-post-of-latex

 

Fractions: Example 1: \(\frac{2}{13}\)      Latex code: \frac{2}{13}

                 Example 2: \(5\frac{2}{3}\)      Latex code: 5\frac{2}{3}

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Square Roots: Example 1: \(\sqrt{144}\)Latex code: \sqrt{144}

                        Example 2: \(\sqrt[3]{27}\)Latex code: \sqrt[3]{27}

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Powers: Example: \(2^{13}\)             Latex code: 2^{13}

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Adding Spaces: Example:\(I\space Love\space Maths\)  Latex code: I\space Love\space Maths

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Multiplication: \(\pi \times e\)                    Latex code: \pi \times e

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Division: \(2 \div \pi\)                            Latex code: 2 \div \pi

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Inequalities:Example 1: \(x+1\geqslant 0\)     Latex code: x+1\geqslant 0

                   Example 2: \(x-1\leqslant 0\)     Latex code: x-1\leqslant 0

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Bold Text: \(\textbf{2x+a=7}\)                          Latex code: \textbf{2x+a=7}

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Colored Text: \(\color{red}MaxIsClever\)                     Latex code: \color{red}MaxIsClever        (black, blue, brown, cyan, darkgray, gray, green, lightgray, lime, magenta, olive, orange, pink, purple, red, teal, violet, white, yellow. These colors are possible to use on the forum.)

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Various Symbols: \(\pi \)               Latex code: \pi

                             \(\theta\)               Latex code: \theta

                             \(\log\)               Latex code: \log

                             \(\alpha\)               Latex code: \alpha

                             \(\beta\)               Latex code: \beta

                             \(\gamma\)               Latex code: \gamma

MaxWong  Jul 10, 2016

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 I was looking through the forum's official LaTeX post and found out that Melody has already found out the \mathbf command which can be used with the above commands while I am still using that stupid \textbf command. LOL.

But \textbf is also useful too. If you want to type text and not to use something like \; , \space.

TextBF: \(\textbf {Max is so clever}\) LaTeX code: \textbf {Max is so clever}

MathBF: \(\mathbf {Max\space is\space so\space clever}\) LaTeX code: \mathbf {Max\space is\space so\space clever}

You can see that TextBF need not be done spacing with \space while MathBF must have be done spacing with it.(Sorry for bad grammar I am from China)

 

Pros and Cons of TextBF

Pros: Spacing is easier.

Cons: Couldn't be used with math mode formulas

 

Pros and Cons of MathBF

Pros: Math mode formulas can be used in mathbf

Cons: Spacing takes more time

MaxWong  Jul 14, 2016
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 #1
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Q:Why to type \log in LaTeX?

A:If you just type log in LaTeX, it will automatically think that l, o, and g are variables, and it will automatically become italic. If you typed \log, it will be normal but not italic.

LaTeX code 'log' : \(log\)

LaTeX code '\log' : \(\log\)

Also I found out \sin , \cos, and \tan works too

LaTeX code 'sin':\(sin\)    

LaTeX code '\sin':\(\sin\)

LaTeX code 'cos':\(cos\)     

LaTeX code '\cos':\(\cos\)

LaTeX code 'tan':\(tan\)

LaTeX code '\tan':\(\tan\)

MaxWong  Jul 14, 2016
 #2
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Best Answer

 I was looking through the forum's official LaTeX post and found out that Melody has already found out the \mathbf command which can be used with the above commands while I am still using that stupid \textbf command. LOL.

But \textbf is also useful too. If you want to type text and not to use something like \; , \space.

TextBF: \(\textbf {Max is so clever}\) LaTeX code: \textbf {Max is so clever}

MathBF: \(\mathbf {Max\space is\space so\space clever}\) LaTeX code: \mathbf {Max\space is\space so\space clever}

You can see that TextBF need not be done spacing with \space while MathBF must have be done spacing with it.(Sorry for bad grammar I am from China)

 

Pros and Cons of TextBF

Pros: Spacing is easier.

Cons: Couldn't be used with math mode formulas

 

Pros and Cons of MathBF

Pros: Math mode formulas can be used in mathbf

Cons: Spacing takes more time

MaxWong  Jul 14, 2016
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I am going to share 2 LaTeX commands which make you spend less time spacing.

I found it this myself. \text{}

It does \(\text{I am Max}\) Latex command: \text{I am Max}

 

I think this does the same thing and I first saw it from a reply from Melody. \mbox{}

It does \(\mbox{I am Max}\) Latex command: \mbox{I am Max}

MaxWong  Jul 31, 2016
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like you post guyssss

adiamcooler  Aug 24, 2016
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Thank you :)

MaxWong  Sep 11, 2016
 #7
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+12

Also I have found a way to use LaTeX without even clicking the LaTeX button.

Type '\(' 

and then type '\)'

and then type your LaTeX commands between the 2 notations.

MaxWong  Sep 11, 2016
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Example: \(\text{Hi}\)

In this example I just typed \(

and then \text{Hi}

then \).

I didn't even click LaTeX button :)

MaxWong  Sep 11, 2016
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Inequalities:Example 1:      Latex code: x+1 \geqslant 0

                   Example 2:      Latex code: x-1 \leqslant 0

 

Instead of \geqslant and \leqslant you can use

 

\(x+1\geq0 \)Latex code: x+1\geq0

\(x-1\leq0\)Latex code: x-1\leq0

ItzCubez  Dec 2, 2016
 #10
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Oh Thanks.

 

Also:

Real number: \Bbb{R}  \(\Bbb{R}\)

Rational number: \Bbb{Q}   \(\Bbb{Q}\)

Integers: \Bbb{Z}   \(\Bbb{Z}\)

Natural number: \Bbb{N}   \(\Bbb{N}\)

Complex number: \Bbb{C} \(\Bbb{C}\)

MaxWong  Jan 2, 2017
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Update: I have just found out the forum LaTeX function also includes xColor pack. The colors possible to use on forum are:

 

black,

\(\color{}{\text{Testing}}\)

blue,

\(\color{blue}{\text{Testing}}\)

brown,

\(\color{brown}{\text{Testing}}\)

cyan,

\(\color{cyan}{\text{Testing}}\)

darkgray,

\(\color{darkgray}{\text{Testing}}\)

gray,

\(\color{grey}{\text{Testing}}\)

green,

\(\color{green}{\text{Testing}}\)

lightgray,

\(\color{lightgray}{\text{Testing}}\)

lime,

\(\color{lime}{\text{Testing}}\)

magenta,

\(\color{magenta}{\text{Testing}}\)

olive,

\(\color{olive}{\text{Testing}}\)

orange,

\(\color{orange}{\text{Testing}}\)

pink,

\(\color{pink}{\text{Testing}}\)

purple,

\(\color{purple}{\text{Testing}}\)

red,

\(\color{red}{\text{Testing}}\)

teal,

\(\color{teal}{\text{Testing}}\)

violet,

\(\color{violet}{\text{Testing}}\)

white,

\(\color{white}{\text{Testing}}\)

yellow, 

\(\color{yellow}{\text{Testing}}\)
AliceBlue,

\(\color{AliceBlue}{\text{Testing}}\)

Apricot,

\(\color{Apricot}{\text{Testing}}\)

Aquamarine, 

\(\color{Aquamarine}{\text{Testing}}\)

Bittersweet,

\(\color{Bittersweet}{\text{Testing}}\)

Black,

\(\color{Black}{\text{Testing}}\)

Blue,

\(\color{Blue}{\text{Testing}}\)

BlueGreen,

\(\color{BlueGreen}{\text{Testing}}\)

BlueViolet,

\(\color{BlueViolet}{\text{Testing}}\)

BrickRed,

\(\color{BrickRed}{\text{Testing}}\)

Brown,

\(\color{Brown}{\text{Testing}}\)

BurntOrange,

\(\color{BurntOrange}{\text{Testing}}\)

CadetBlue,

\(\color{CadetBlue}{\text{Testing}}\)

CarnationPink, 

\(\color{CarnationPink}{\text{Testing}}\)

Cerulean,

\(\color{Cerulean}{\text{Testing}}\)

CornflowerBlue,

\(\color{CornflowerBlue}{\text{Testing}}\)

Cyan,

\(\color{Cyan}{\text{Testing}}\)

Dandelion, 

\(\color{Dandelion}{\text{Testing}}\)

DarkOrchid,

\(\color{DarkOrchid}{\text{Testing}}\)

Emerald,

\(\color{Emerald}{\text{Testing}}\)

ForestGreen,

\(\color{ForestGreen}{\text{Testing}}\)

Fuchsia,

\(\color{Fuchsia}{\text{Testing}}\)

Goldenrod,

\(\color{GoldenRod}{\text{Testing}}\)

Gray,

\(\color{Gray}{\text{Testing}}\)

Green,

\(\color{Green}{\text{Testing}}\)

GreenYellow, 

\(\color{GreenYellow}{\text{Testing}}\)

JungleGreen,

\(\color{JungleGreen}{\text{Testing}}\)

Lavender, 

\(\color{Lavender}{\text{Testing}}\)

LightBlue,

\(\color{LightBlue}{\text{Testing}}\)

LightCyan,

\(\color{LightCyan}{\text{Testing}}\)

LightGreen,

\(\color{LightGreen}{\text{Testing}}\)

LightPink,

\(\color{LightPink}{\text{Testing}}\)

LightYellow,

\(\color{LightYellow}{\text{Testing}}\)

Lime,

\(\color{Lime}{\text{Testing}}\)

LimeGreen,

\(\color{LimeGreen}{\text{Testing}}\)

Magenta, 

\(\color{Magenta}{\text{Testing}}\)

Mahogany,

\(\color{Mahogany}{\text{Testing}}\)

Maroon, 

\(\color{Maroon}{\text{Testing}}\)

Melon,

\(\color{Melon}{\text{Testing}}\)

MidnightBlue,

\(\color{MidnightBlue}{\text{Testing}}\)

Mulberry,

\(\color{Mulberry}{\text{Testing}}\)

NavyBlue,

\(\color{NavyBlue}{\text{Testing}}\)

OliveGreen,

\(\color{OliveGreen}{\text{Testing}}\)

Orange,

\(\color{Orange}{\text{Testing}}\)

OrangeRed,

\(\color{OrangeRed}{\text{Testing}}\)

Orchid, 

\(\color{Orchid}{\text{Testing}}\)

Peach,

\(\color{Peach}{\text{Testing}}\)

Periwinkle, 

\(\color{Periwinkle}{\text{Testing}}\)

PineGreen,

\(\color{PineGreen}{\text{Testing}}\)

Plum,

\(\color{Plum}{\text{Testing}}\)

ProcessBlue,

\(\color{ProcessBlue}{\text{Testing}}\)

Purple,

\(\color{Purple}{\text{Testing}}\)

RawSienna,

\(\color{RawSienna}{\text{Testing}}\)

Red, 

\(\color{Red}{\text{Testing}}\)

RedOrange,

\(\color{RedOrange}{\text{Testing}}\)

RedViolet, 

\(\color{RedViolet}{\text{Testing}}\)

Rhodamine,

\(\color{Rhodamine}{\text{Testing}}\)

RoyalBlue,

\(\color{RoyalBlue}{\text{Testing}}\)

RoyalPurple,

\(\color{RoyalPurple}{\text{Testing}}\)

RubineRed,

\(\color{RubineRed}{\text{Testing}}\)

Salmon,

\(\color{Salmon}{\text{Testing}}\)

SeaGreen,

\(\color{SeaGreen}{\text{Testing}}\)

Sepia,

\(\color{Sepia}{\text{Testing}}\)

Silver,

\(\color{Silver}{\text{Testing}}\)

SkyBlue,

\(\color{SkyBlue}{\text{Testing}}\)

SpringGreen,

\(\color{SpringGreen}{\text{Testing}}\)

Tan,

\(\color{Tan}{\text{Testing}}\)

TealBlue,

\(\color{TealBlue}{\text{Testing}}\)

Thistle,

\(\color{Thistle}{\text{Testing}}\)

Turquoise,

\(\color{Turquoise}{\text{Testing}}\)

Violet,

\(\color{Violet}{\text{Testing}}\)

VioletRed,

\(\color{VioletRed}{\text{Testing}}\)

White,

\(\color{White}{\text{Testing}}\)

WildStrawberry,

\(\color{WildStrawberry}{\text{Testing}}\)

Yellow,

\(\color{Yellow}{\text{Testing}}\)

YellowGreen,

\(\color{YellowGreen}{\text{Testing}}\)

YellowOrange,

\(\color{YellowOrange}{\text{Testing}}\)

P.S.

(1) The colors are CaSe-SeNsItIvE, That means Green and green are 2 colours.

(2) This is very hard work!! Took me like 2 hours XD

Hope this can help you guys

 

~Max

MaxWong  Jan 12, 2017
edited by MaxWong  Apr 28, 2017
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Thanks Max, I have used this a few times including today.

It is really handy :)

Melody  Feb 27, 2017
 #12
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OMG WHAT THE FRIG IS THIS I AM GOING TO EXPLODE

I thought latex was a material??!?

bioplant  Jan 23, 2017
edited by bioplant  Jan 23, 2017
 #14
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ALGEBRAIC LONG DIVISION.

 

Thanks to    Heureka   28/2/17

 

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/algebraic-long-division

Melody  Feb 28, 2017
 #15
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Algebraic divison continued 

This is the section from Stack exchange.  

http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/79182/how-to-draw-polynom-division

Melody  Feb 28, 2017
 #16
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Stacking   Thanks for this one  hectictar :)

 

\stackrel{?}{=}

 

\(\stackrel{?}{=}\)

Melody  May 1, 2017

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