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This will show like this \(1 + 2 + 3 = 6\)

And this appears as

\[1 + 2 + 3 = 6\]

But it will only show in the middle of the page.

You can apply the codes inside of \( \backslash( \backslash)\) or \(\backslash[\backslash]\) as shown in the picture above.

**Here are the codes.**

2 \times 3 appears as \(2 \times 3\)

2 \cdot 3 appear as \(2 \cdot 3\)

2 \div 3 appear as \( 2 \div 3\)

\left(\frac 12 + \frac12 \right) appear as \( \left(\frac 12 + \frac12 \right)\)

\left(\dfrac 12 + \dfrac12 \right) appear as \( \left(\dfrac 12 + \dfrac12 \right)\)

\frac12 appear as \(\frac12\)

\dfrac 12 appear as \( \dfrac 1 2\)

\frac{\frac {11}{22}}{\frac {11}{22}} appear as \(\frac{\frac {11}{22}}{\frac {11}{22}}\)

\dfrac{\dfrac {11}{22}}{\dfrac {11}{22}} appear as \(\dfrac{\dfrac {11}{22}}{\dfrac {11}{22}}\)

\cfrac{1}{1+\cfrac{2}{2+\cfrac{3}{2}}} appear as \( \cfrac{1}{1+\cfrac{2}{2+\cfrac{3}{2}}}\)

\(\text{\{1,2,3,4\}}\) appear as \(\{1,2,3,4\}\)

2^2 appear as \(2^2\)

2^{2^{2^2}} appear as \(2^{2^{2^2}}\)

2_2 appear as \(2_2\)

2^{10} appear as \(2^{10}\)

\sqrt{5} appear as \(\sqrt{5}\)

\sqrt { \frac { 5 }{ 6 } } appear as \( \sqrt { \frac { 5 }{ 6 } }\)

\sqrt[5]{4} appear as \(\sqrt[5]{4}\)

\sqrt [3]{\frac93} appear as \(\sqrt [3] \frac 93\)

\Rightarrow appear as \( \Rightarrow\).

\Leftarrow appear as \(\Leftarrow\)

\Leftrightarrow appear as \(\Leftrightarrow\)

\Uparrow appear as \(\Uparrow\)

\Downarrow appear as \(\Downarrow\)

\Updownarrow appear as \(\Updownarrow\)

\rightarrow appear as \( \rightarrow\)

\longrightarrow appear as \( \longrightarrow\)

\longleftarrow appear as \(\longleftarrow\)

\leftarrow appear as \(\leftarrow\)

\leftrightarrow appear as \(\leftrightarrow \)

\uparrow appear as \(\uparrow\)

\downarrow appear as \(\downarrow\)

\updownarrow appear as \(\updownarrow\)

\implies appear as \( \implies\)

\sum appear as \( \sum\)

\displaystyle \sum_{i = 4}^{50} will appear as \(\displaystyle \sum_{i = 4}^{50}\)

\sum_{i = 4}^{60} appears as \(\sum_{i = 4}^{60}\)

\vdots appear as \(\vdots\)

\ldots appear as \(\ldots\)

\ddots appear as \(\ddots\)

\pm appear as \( \pm\)

\mp appear as \(\mp\)

a \le b appear as \(a \le b\)

c \ge d appear as \(c \ge d\)

e \ne f appear as \( e \ne f\)

\equiv appear as \(\equiv\)

\mod{b} appear as \(\mod{b}\)

\approx appear as \(\approx\)

\cong appear as \(\cong\)

\boxed{0} appear as \(\boxed{0}\)

\infty appear as \(\infty\)

\propto appear as \(\propto\)

180^\circ appear as \(180^\circ\)

\pi appear as \(\pi\)

\Pi appear as \(\Pi\)

\amalg appear as \(\amalg\)

\triangle appear as \(\triangle\)

\bigtriangledown appear as \(\bigtriangledown\)

\triangleleft appear as \(\triangleleft\)

\triangleright appear as \(\triangleright\)

\square appear as \(\square\)

\bigstar appear as \(\bigstar\)

\bigcirc appear as \(\bigcirc\)

\angle AB appear as \( \angle AB\)

X \cong Y appear as \( X \cong Y\)

X \sim Y appear as \( X \sim Y \)

AB \parallel CD appear as \(AB \parallel CD\)

AB\perp CD appear as \(AB\perp CD\)

\sin appear as \(\sin \)

\cos appear as \(\cos \)

\tan appear as \(\tan\)

\sec appear as \(\sec\)

\csc appear as \(\csc\)

\cot appear as \(\cot\)

\log_{10} appear as \(\log_{10}\)

\ln appear as \(\ln\)

\int appear as \(\int\)

\int^1_0 appear as \(\int^1_0\)

\lim_{x \to y} appear as \(\lim_{x \to y}\)

\displaystyle \lim_{x \to y} appear as \( \displaystyle \lim_{x \to y}\)

\theta appear as \(\theta\)

\alpha appear as \(\alpha\)

\beta appear as \(\beta\)

\mu appear as \(\mu\)

\lambda appear as \(\lambda\)

\Delta appear as \(\Delta\)

\delta appear as \(\delta\)

\lfloor b + c \rfloor appear as \( \lfloor b + c \rfloor\)

\lceil c +d \rceil appear as \(\lceil c +d \rceil \)

\binom xy appear as \(\binom xy\)

\dbinom xy appear as \( \dbinom xy\)

10\% appears as \(10\%\)

\overbrace{abc} appears as \(\overbrace{abc}\)

\underbrace{abc} appears as \(\underbrace{abc}\)

\overline{abc} appears as \(\overline{abc}\)

\underline{abc} appear as \(\underline{abc}\)

\widetilde{abc} appear as \(\widetilde{abc}\)

\widehat{abc} appears as \(\widehat{abc}\)

\subset appear as \(\subset\)

\subseteq appear as \(\subseteq\)

\supset appear as \(\supset\)

\not\subset appear as \(\not\subset\)

\supseteq appears as \(\supseteq\)

\nsubseteq appear as \(\nsubseteq\)

\sqsubset appear as \(\sqsubset\)

\sqsupset appear as \(\sqsupset\)

\sqsubseteq appear as \(\sqsubseteq\)

\sqsupseteq appear as \( \sqsupseteq\)

\in appear as \(\in\)

\not \in appear as \(\not \in\)

\cap appear as \(\cap\)

\cup appear as \(\cup\)

\sqcap appear as \(\sqcap\)

\sqcup appear as \(\sqcup\)

\oplus appear as \(\oplus\)

\ominus appear as \(\ominus\)

\otimes appear as \(\otimes\)

\odot appear as \(\odot\)

\oslash appear as \(\oslash\)

\forall appear as \(\forall\)

\mathbb{Z} appear as \(\mathbb{Z}\)

\mathbb{N} appear as \(\mathbb{N}\)

\mathbb{R} appear as \(\mathbb{R}\)

\text{I like math} appear as \(\text{I like math}\)

\smile appear as \(\smile\)

\frown appear as \(\frown\)

To add colors, you can use \color{blue}, \color{red}, \color{green}, \color{violet} etc. For example: \color{blue} \text{Write something!} appear as \(\color{blue} \text{Write something!}\)

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or`_italics_`

italics`**bold**`

or`__bold__`

boldNote: you must add a full line of space before and after lists for them to show up correctlyparagraph 1

paragraph 2

`[example link](https://brilliant.org)`

`> This is a quote`

Remember to wrap math in \( ... \) or \[ ... \] to ensure proper formatting.`2 \times 3`

`2^{34}`

`a_{i-1}`

`\frac{2}{3}`

`\sqrt{2}`

`\sum_{i=1}^3`

`\sin \theta`

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TopNewest@Munem Sahariar \[\text{Thanks for this guide,Really needed it}\]

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There is another guide that was posted early. :)

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This guide is very helpful as I'm just learning to use LaTex, thank you.

I do have one question: is there a way to push lines slightly to the right (like the Tab feature in word processors) without pushing them all the way to the middle? For example, in the lines

\({(p-1)}^p \equiv -1 \pmod {p^2}\)

\(\equiv {p^2-1} \pmod {p^2}\)

\(\equiv {(p-1)(p+1)} \pmod {p^2}\)

I would really like to have the equivalence symbol in the second and third lines line up with the one in the first line. Is there a way to do that?

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@zico quintina Like this?

\(\begin{align} (p-1)^p & \equiv -1 \pmod {p^2} \\ & \equiv p^2 -1 \pmod {p^2} \\ & \equiv (p-1)(p+1) \pmod {p^2} \\ \end{align}\)

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Yes! Perfect, thank you very much!

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You could stylize LaTeX as \(\LaTeX\)

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Done!

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Neat.

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Ikr

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This one is my favourite:

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hyperlink to whatever page you want: in this case Wikipedia about latex

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How to get angle sign?

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jkk

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lkkl

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\angle

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Thanks

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How to add links??

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Do you mean hyperlink?

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yes

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For example: The text is ''Brilliant'' and the link is https://brilliant.org/

\(\text{[Brilliant](https://brilliant.org/)}\) appear as Brilliant

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@Munem Sahariar how to get that box in which you have written synatx and effect???

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@Saksham Jain Like this?

\( \text{> (1)}\)

\(\text{> (2)}\)

\(\text{> (3)}\)

Appear as

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yes .thanks

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In those latex codes, there is a typo. \sqrt[5]{4} appears as \(\sqrt[5]{4}\), not \(\sqrt[3]{4}\).

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Fixed it. Thanks

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Is there a 'strikethrough' feature in LaTeX? I'm trying to show a a product of fractions with several factors in numerators and denominators cancelling each other out. So far all I've found is the \not feature, but this works very poorly; e.g. when I try \not{147}, I get \(\not{147}\), with only the 1 crossed out.

I would like to be able to cross out entire numbers; ideally, I'd also like to show either the strikethrough or the number (preferably not both) in a variety of colors.

Do you know whether this can be done? Thanks!

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\require{cancel} \cancel{147}

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Maybe there is.... who knows

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ok

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Thanks very much

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@Munem Sahariar How to write language codes in problems(programming language codes)??

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You can do the following:

\(\text{```}\)

\(\text{```}\)

Anything written in the middle of these three single back-quotes will appear as

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and how to add title like in which language code is written ??

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appear as

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this article?

Are you considering aboutLog in to reply

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For a rising factorial:\(x^{\overline{n}}\)For a falling factorial:\(x^{\underline{n}}\)Log in to reply

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How to download this page

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@Munem Sahariar How to add rising and falling factorials ?

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@Munem Sahariar Help me in this code \[\large \dfrac{\dfrac{1}{3}}{1-\dfrac{\dfrac{{5}{192}}{\dfrac{1}{3}}}\]

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Do you mean this?

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How did you learn latex?

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Seeing actual LaTex

Etc....

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Here it is

I have published a solution in a complete.Do you have any idea to make it better?Log in to reply

Yes

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How to get huge brackets?

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\huge \left(a + b \right ) appear as

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I have tried it in this but it is still not appearing like i want it. Latex \huge\displaystyle \sum

{k=1}^{\infty}({\frac{\displaystyle \sum{n=1}^{k}nk}{\displaystyle\prod_{n=1}^{k}nk}})\ \[\huge\displaystyle \sum_{k=1}^{\infty}({\frac{\displaystyle \sum_{n=1}^{k}nk}{\displaystyle\prod_{n=1}^{k}nk}}) = \ x\]Log in to reply

Appear as

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How do you insert code into a problem or solution? (Edit): Code as in the coding environment: https://brilliant.org/codex/

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It was mentioned at top of the page.

''You can apply the codes inside of \( \backslash( \backslash)\) and \(\backslash[\backslash]\)''

For example:

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I meant the coding environment

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But you can do the following:

\(\text{```}\)

\(\text{```}\)

Anything written in the middle of these three single back-quotes will appear as

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U could get screenshots for it

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@Munem Sahariar , Can you help me here ?

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Thanks. How can I help?

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sometimes the feature of seeing the latex code by hovering over the cursor goes away at my laptop..why does it happens like that and how to cure it.

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Seeing LaTex feature works fine for me.

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what r=the heck are yu on abouy

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w

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