# Some codes . . .

• Sep 25th 2006, 06:30 AM
Soroban
Some codes . . .
Until LaTeX is back on-line, I've been using all kinds of tricks
to write mathematical expressions.

Here are some codes you might like . . . or not.
The numbers are to be preceded by &# and followed by ; (semicolon)

. . θ . . 952 (theta)
. . π . . 960 (pi)
. . ° . . 176 (degree)
. . . . 8800 (not equal)
. . . . 8776 (approx.)
. . ± . .177 (plus or minus)
. . · . . 183 (dot)
. . . . 8730 (radical)
. . . .8594 (right arrow)
. . ² . . 178 (squared)
. . ³ . . 179 (cubed)

• Sep 25th 2006, 05:00 PM
MathGuru
Thanks a lot Soroban,

I know how important LaTex is and we are working to resolve the issue. Thanks for hanging in there.
• Jun 18th 2007, 07:21 PM
Jhevon
Quote:

Originally Posted by Soroban
Until LaTeX is back on-line, I've been using all kinds of tricks
to write mathematical expressions.

Here are some codes you might like . . . or not.
The numbers are to be preceded by &# and followed by ; (semicolon)

. . θ . . 952 (theta)
. . π . . 960 (pi)
. . ° . . 176 (degree)
. . . . 8800 (not equal)
. . . . 8776 (approx.)
. . ± . .177 (plus or minus)
. . · . . 183 (dot)
. . . . 8730 (radical)
. . . .8594 (right arrow)
. . ² . . 178 (squared)
. . ³ . . 179 (cubed)

I always wondered where people were getting those symbols from! Well, now I know, but it doesn't matter, LaTex is Back!!!!!