MathBin.net - Simple introductory post
Simple introductory post
posted by mark
Welcome to mathbin.net!

To put an equation on its own line, wrap it in the EQ tags by highlighting it, then clicking the EQ button. Here's an example:
\int_{-1}^{1} x^2 dx

By using the IEQ tags, you can post inline equations like this \frac{x^2}{3}.

Click on any equation image to see the LaTeX used to generate it. For example, if you click \sqrt{9} you should see i wrapped "\sqrt{9}" in an IEQ tag.

The code i entered for this post looks like this:
Welcome to mathbin.net!

To put an equation on its own line, wrap it in the EQ tags by highlighting it, then clicking the EQ button. Here's an example:
[EQ]\int_{-1}^{1} x^2 dx[/EQ] By using the IEQ tags, you can post inline equations like this [IEQ]\frac{x^2}{3}[/IEQ].

Click on any equation image to see the LaTeX used to generate it. For example, if you click [IEQ]\sqrt{9}[/IEQ] you should see i wrapped "\sqrt{9}" in an IEQ tag.
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