Mathematica Testing mathematica TeX output in PF

  • Thread starter ashfaque
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\({\root{2}\of{x}}\)

is it square root of x .... :) ?
 
\begin{document}

\({\root{2}\of{x}}\)


\end{document}
does it work?
 
can u tell me how can i do this properly?
 
[tex]
\({\root{2}\of{x}}\)
[\tex]
now?
 
[text] \({\root{2}\of{x}}\) [/tex]
now?
 
i think now ......
[ tex ] \({\root{2}\of{x}}\) [ /tex ]
??
 
does the following work?

[ tex ] a^x_n [ /tex ]
 

enigma

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You need to take out the spaces ashfaque.

Take a look at this thread for assistance. You can click on the graphic to see the code which generated it.

Please also note that you can see the graphic when you preview a post. Please experiment that way.

Thanks
 

enigma

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[tex]\sqrt{2}[/tex]

[tex]a^x_n[/tex]
 
okke now ..
[tex]E = mc^2[/tex]
 
Thank uuu MENTOR
:)
 

chroot

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You can enter square roots as

[tex]\root{2}\of{x}[/tex]

but it's easier to use

[tex]\sqrt{x}[/tex]

You probably don't need to bother using an equation editor unless your equation are really, really complex.

- Warren
 

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