Math Symbols

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Tom Mattson
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I see that some of you can do them. Why can't I? :frown:

I see how to do the integral sign: [inte]

How do you do superscripts and subscripts? Summation signs? Anything else?
 

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*kick*

Superscripts?
Subscripts?
Greek letters?
Math symbols?

Anyone?

C'mon, guys, I help you with your homework!
 
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So far i figured out the Math symbols.
In the reply page, you will see the smilies on the left.
Under the smilies you see "Showing 15 of 55"
Under that there is a link saying "[Get More]".
Click it and a new window will show.
This one contains the math symbols.

But i still have the problem with SUP and SUB !!
 
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[ee] [gamma] [oo] [lamb] [<=] [inte] [ii] [rr] [pi]

Kick ass!

Thanks, now all we need are sup's and sub's.
 
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Originally posted by Greg Bernhardt
and are now codes you can use.



^^^^
hehe, I don't think so for 'sub'. It appears to be a reserved tag for subsets.
 
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[ sub ] and [ sup ] are now forum codes you can use!

ex. 263

ex. 262
 
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Oops, I'm a retard.

sub, when used by itself in brackets, is supposed to be "subset".

sub followed by /sub, again in brackets, is supposed to give you a subscript.

Let's see if it works.

edit: Yay, it does

edit: Yay, so does 'sup'.
 

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