## How to write scientific terms

I don't know how to write scientific and mathematical terms in pf like matrix,vectors,differentiation,integration,curl,divergence etc.moreover i don't know the meanings of different types of wraps enlisted in the bar above the writing page.
what is the meaning of the?how to write through this pf.

CODE
PHP
SUP
SUB
SPOILER
STRIKE
QUOTE
please explain all of them...how to write through them.

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 Mentor Blog Entries: 1 Here's a guide for how to use LaTeX to write in mathematical terms http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=546968 As for the rest of them... Code: This is CODE PHP Code:  This is PHP   This is SUP, you can use it like this 105 This is SUB, you can use it like this 105 Spoiler This is a Spoiler, use it when you want to give readers the option to decide if they want to know e.g. when talking about a films plot This is youtube (you have to take the last part after the V= to get it to work http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ) This is a strike through. You can use it to be sarcastic, amongst more legitimate uses.
 Why don't you try out some of them for yourself and see what happens? You can preview the result without submitting it. To get you going the 'sub' icon in the advanced reply box top is very useful to produce such as 'Aa'

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## How to write scientific terms

One more thing plus a bit of explanation: quote puts what people have written into a quote box. As an example if I take what Studiot has written:

"Why don't you try out some of them for yourself and see what happens?

You can preview the result without submitting it.

To get you going the 'sub' icon in the advanced reply box top is very useful to produce such as 'Aa'"

I can put this [QUOTE] infront and this [/QUOTE] behind which will do this:
 Why don't you try out some of them for yourself and see what happens? You can preview the result without submitting it. To get you going the 'sub' icon in the advanced reply box top is very useful to produce such as 'Aa'
Alternatively I can press the quote button on his post which will make a box with a name so you know who wrote it and a link to the original post (helpful in big threads and for seeing the rest of the post if it isn't all quoted)
 Quote by Studiot Why don't you try out some of them for yourself and see what happens? You can preview the result without submitting it. To get you going the 'sub' icon in the advanced reply box top is very useful to produce such as 'Aa'
All of the functions work like this. To use them simply highlight the text you want to do something to (e.g. highlight the text you want to turn into a spoiler) and press the button. Alternatively press the button first and type/paste what you want to say inbetween. Or alternatively again manually type them.

Hope this helps.

 Thanks.still have some trouble.but have got a way to find out these.again thanks.

 Quote by Ryan_m_b Here's a guide for how to use LaTeX to write in mathematical terms http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=546968
When I click that link, I get a page that says, "vBulletin Message

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 Quote by mikelepore When I click that link, I get a page that says, "vBulletin Message No Thread specified. If you followed a valid link, please notify the administrator"
Someone deleted it.