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    Testing LaTeX

    Well

    I think it'll be extremely useful to set a thread which we can test LaTeX.

    This would help people which doesn't know anything about this math-language, so they may learn posting right here some things of LaTeX such that get a full domain inside the forum to use it.

    Testin'

    x^2

    a+b

    \int_a^bF(x)\,dx=f(b)-f(a)

    Also, people can make questions and any person fully-enabled with LaTeX should give the answer
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    Sounds like a good enough idea. . . .

    How about it? should we have a forum designated for this?
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    Thank you

    I dunno... we need more opinions


    Hey!, I'll send you the emoticons
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krizalid View Post
    Hey!, I'll send you the emoticons.
    Yes we definely need that. We are the worst forum when it comes to Emoticons.

    Sign into MSN I have something to show you. (I can see you are using Invisible mode so you can read this message now. ).
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker View Post
    We are the worst forum when it comes to Emoticons.
    Agreed, we could really do with some new ones.

    Animated ones please!
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    Don't worry

    I already sent to MathGuru lots of animated ones, so let's wait!
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    Is there a way to create a strikethrough? I tried with the \hline command but it doesn't seem to do it.
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    I think it can't, 'cause the forum hasn't installed the Cancel package.
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    Quote Originally Posted by λιεҗąиđŗ View Post
    Is there a way to create a strikethrough? I tried with the \hline command but it doesn't seem to do it.
    Do you mean like changing = to \not = or \in to \not \in?

    Use \not

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    Quote Originally Posted by λιεҗąиđŗ View Post
    Is there a way to create a strikethrough? I tried with the \hline command but it doesn't seem to do it.
    I found a way

    \frac{a\cdot b}b=\frac{a~\cdot\not{b}}{\not{b}}

    yields

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\frac{a\cdot b}b=\frac{a~\cdot\not{b}}{\not{b}}<br />

    Is it that what you wanted?
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    \mbox{ Krizalid loves }L_a^{T_e}X
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    cancelling

    I'm taking over Krizalid's method:

    \frac96 = \frac{\not{9}^{~3}}{\not{6}_{~2}}
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     <br />
\sum\int\oint\pi<br />
\sqrt{a^2+b^2}<br />
\frac{\pi^2}{6}<br />
    Last edited by OzzMan; October 18th 2007 at 01:44 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OzzMan View Post
     <br />
3 \x^2<br />
    Mmm... I saw you wrote 3\x^2 - 2x + 8 = 16

    This doesn't make sense, 'cause the "\" is bothering the formula. I dunno exactly what you want to write. Could be 3x^2-2x+8=16?
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    How do i have it so theres spaces inbetween my entries, or have them on different levels. I tried hitting enter when im typing the code in but it did nothing.
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