Introducing LaTeX Math Typesetting

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[itex]E = mc^{10}[/itex]

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This page can be used for unlimited LaTeX previewing and testing. It's a little crude. Still working some details out.

https://www.physicsforums.com/mathjax/test/preview.html [Broken]
 
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{n^3,\color{red}{n^3},n^3}

[tex]{n^3,\color{red}{n^3},n^3}[/tex]

I need to fool around. I'm getting different answers elsewhere besides here and : https://www.physicsforums.com/mathjax/test/preview.html [Broken]
 
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{n^3,\color{red}{n^3},n^3}

[tex]{n^3,\color{red}{n^3},n^3}[/tex]

I need to fool around. I'm getting different answers elsewhere besides here and : https://www.physicsforums.com/mathjax/test/preview.html [Broken]
Try this site for ##\LaTeX## practice:
http://arachnoid.com/latex/
(instant feedback and no [tex] tags required)
 
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edit: nvm I figured it out
 
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This page can be used for unlimited LaTeX previewing and testing. It's a little crude. Still working some details out.

https://www.physicsforums.com/mathjax/test/preview.html [Broken]
Pressing return makes a newline. It does not render it.
 
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Hi to all, I'm Newbie in this forum. I'm very glad to join this forum..
 
## L_Z = I_Z \omega_Z ##
## \frac{1+2x}{y+3} ##
 
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Hello. I apologize if this had been asked already in this thread, I just didn't find it feasible to go through it all. How would I go about changing the math font here? For example, I happen to find times math fonts to be perhaps one of the most beautiful ones out there, so I could I implement it into a post on this site?
 

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It's funny how the primer uses arrays to organize the LaTeX, but doen't show how to use arrays. I think this could be helpful?
 
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Not sure what you mean by changing the math font, but if you want to learn how to use it, start here: Latex Primer
Thanks for the reply! What I mean by changing the math font is that whenever I type an equation on here, it always shows up with the default font which I believe to be called computer modern (I could be totally wrong). I want to instead use a times math font, maybe like STIX or mathptmx, for the math symbols (presuming that this can be done to begin with). I checked out the thread you linked me to, and the only thing I could find on fonts is changing certain symbols to certain special fonts, like changing R into the double struck ##\mathbb{R}##, which isn't what I was looking for.
 
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Bump (*in great shame*)
 

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What I mean by changing the math font is that whenever I type an equation on here, it always shows up with the default font which I believe to be called computer modern (I could be totally wrong).
Are you using Latex to type your equations?
 
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Uh, I believe so. I mean, I am inserting my equations in between the pound signs##
 

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