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Diracobama2181
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Is there a new code format for writing equations here? I usually use $$ or ## to delineated code, but that doesn't seem to work anymore. Thanks.
## \left[i\hbar\partial_t - H\right]\Psi = 0## $$ \left[i\hbar\partial_t - H\right]\Psi = 0$$
Thank you, this works. The math script just wasn't working when I tried previewing it in the homework forums, but worked when I actually posted it.Simon Bridge said:Well let's see:
... comes out as: ## \left[i\hbar\partial_t - H\right]\Psi = 0## $$ \left[i\hbar\partial_t - H\right]\Psi = 0$$Code:## \left[i\hbar\partial_t - H\right]\Psi = 0## $$ \left[i\hbar\partial_t - H\right]\Psi = 0$$
... looks OK in preview, now to post so you can see:
Note: if you make a mistake in the TeX, it won't render.
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