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How do i use mathmatical symbols

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not necessarily homework...but i dont know where to put it... how do i use greek letters/square roots...etc in the forums
 

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This should help :smile:
 
Hurkyl
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You can learn how to make the LaTeX symbols (clicking on an image will show you the text you need to use)


Also, many text symbols can be made:

& radic ; = √
& rarr ; = →
& alpha ; = α
& Psi ; = Ψ
& infin ; = ∞


Not to mention anything you can look up in the Character Map in windows (provided you're looking at the right font)

For example, a degree symbol (°) can be made by typing ALT-0176. (You must use the numeric pad, and hold alt throughout the entire sequence)
 
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[tex] S = \sum_{n=0}^\infty \frac{i^n}{n!} \idotsint \ {d^4x_1}\ {d^4x_2}
\dots \ d^4x_n \ T (H_I(x_1) \ H_I(x_2) \dots \ H_I(x_n) )
[/tex]
 
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Fermat
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You can copy and paste from here.
 

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