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sorry, but I like the much more consice \alpha^2 \times \beta^2 = \gamma^2

[tex]\alpha^2 \times \beta^2 = \gamma^2[/tex]

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Ok thanks. Is Mathematica compatible with Linux?

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Wolfram's probably pushing for sales.

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But I'd go with MathML or LaTeX personally.

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bleh, MathML is to much syntax for too little return.Zurtex said:

But I'd go with MathML or LaTeX personally.

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Yes, you can't help feeling that the W3C were far more concerned about it looking like their other languages than actually making it easy for mathematicians.ComputerGeek said:bleh, MathML is to much syntax for too little return.

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What is needed is a LaTeX to MathML converter. then you could have a simple little app that you type out your formula in latex and copy and past the mathMLZurtex said:Yes, you can't help feeling that the W3C were far more concerned about it looking like their other languages than actually making it easy for mathematicians.

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there is: http://pear.math.pitt.edu/mathzilla/itex2mml.htmlComputerGeek said:What is needed is a LaTeX to MathML converter. then you could have a simple little app that you type out your formula in latex and copy and past the mathML

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