How do you make equations in this format?

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schwarzchildradius
Someone knows, I can sense it.
 

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Tom Mattson
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https://www.physicsforums.com/announcement.php?s=&forumid=4 [Broken]

You can also click on "Get More" in the Smiley menu. The old superscript and subscript brackets still work. The Greek letters from the smiley menu will not be raised and lowered, but those from the Announcement above will.
 
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schwarzchildradius
I've seen that announcemment, but the proceedure doesn't seem to work!

&phi
&plusmn

See?

ö - φ
Ö - Φ

ø- ψ

ñ - ρ
Ñ - Ρ

Ð - π

à - Γ
ã - γ

÷ - χ

ê - κ

ë - λ2sub
 
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dav2008
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& p s i ;

Is how you do it, without the space between letters and WITH the semicolon
 
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schwarzchildradius
ok thanks cool
 

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