Make your solutions more attractive...

This note is a type of LaTeX guide but not about the math terms and their codes, they're seen in many notes by people.

This note is about LaTeX\LaTeX colors\color{#D61F06}{c}\color{#EC7300}{o}\color{limegreen}{l}\color{#20A900}{o}\color{#3D99F6}{r}\color{#95D3FE}{s}.


By using the LaTeX\LaTeX mathematical formatting you can give colors\color{#D61F06}{c}\color{#EC7300}{o}\color{limegreen}{l}\color{#20A900}{o}\color{#3D99F6}{r}\color{#95D3FE}{s} to your words, sentences and even math terms!!!!

For this, while wrapping the LaTeX\LaTeX codes in the \[..... \[..... \) (or the wrapping that uses " ( " in stead of " [ " ) you have to include the following code: - \text{ \color{<>respective code of color<>}{Your Text}}


By this, the text you type in the second curly bracket appears in the color whose code\color{#3D99F6}{code} you typed in the first curly bracket\textbf{first curly bracket}.

\bullet For example,

. " \color{Red}{Math} " will give the output Math \color{#D61F06}{Math} ,

. " \color{Blue}{Mather} " will give the output Mather\color{#3D99F6}{Mather},

. " \color{Green}{Mathest}" will give the output Mathest\color{#20A900}{Mathest}.


However, if you type a sentence in the 2nd bracket, it will appear without spaces. Thus if you want a sentence to appear in colors, you have to type the following code : \text{\color{<>color code<>}{\text{Your sentence}}}

\bullet For example,

() the code " \color{LimeGreen}{I am brilliant lover} " will appear as Iambrilliantlover\color{limegreen}{I am brilliant lover}

() the code " \color{LimeGreen}{\text{I am brilliant lover}} " will appear as I am brilliant lover\color{limegreen}{\text{I am brilliant lover}}


If you want the whole sentence to be bold also along with being colored, use the code\color{#3D99F6}{\text{use the code}} " \textbf " instead of\color{#3D99F6}{\text{instead of}} " \text ".


The " \color " code also works for coloring math therms, in that case you have to include whole of your math formula in the Second curly bracket\textbf{Second curly bracket}. (In stead of the \text code, directly write your math term code)

\bullet For example,

. " \color{Purple}{\dfrac{\sqrt{123}}{123\times 123}} " will give the output 123123×123\color{#69047E}{\dfrac{\sqrt{123}}{123\times 123}}

. "\color{Green}{\binom{2^4+6^3}{7^2}} " will give the output (24+6372)\color{#20A900}{\binom{2^4+6^3}{7^2}}


Here is the list of all color codes that you might want to try.

Some that are often to be used are simple, just Capitalize the first letter in the name of the color and that becomes it's code.


The \color code also works on boxes when you typed the " \boxed{answer} " code in the second curly bracket.

I hope this note helps you make the solutions look more attractive.........


For your reference, here are some problems, while writing their solutions I have used the LaTeX\LaTeX colors\color{#D61F06}{c}\color{#EC7300}{o}\color{limegreen}{l}\color{#20A900}{o}\color{#3D99F6}{r}\color{#95D3FE}{s}.

Quick! Before the girls come in

Dancers all over !!!

The Least Number!

Note by Aditya Raut
5 years, 2 months ago

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Oooh, pink.\color{lightpink}{\text{Oooh, pink.}}

Vishnuram Leonardodavinci - 5 years, 2 months ago

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0\color{magenta} {\displaystyle\int_{0}^{\infty}}sin2x\color{#D61F06}{sin} ^{2}\color{#E81990}{x}.dx\color{#20A900}{dx}

Ooooh..multicolor\color{#0C6AC7}{Ooooh}.. \color{limegreen}{multicolor}

Parth Lohomi - 4 years, 10 months ago

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Thanks for sharing.

Aamir Faisal Ansari - 5 years, 2 months ago

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@Calvin Lin sir, the following problems are still not given rating but i feel they're not so bad!

143 is special

GCD !

Hanoi wnats more towers

Aditya Raut - 5 years, 2 months ago

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... It took me so long to get it correct... I was wondering what was wrong when I realized I spelled color as colour

Tan Wee Kean - 5 years ago

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Difference of American and British english right ? @Tan Wee Kean

Aditya Raut - 5 years ago

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Yes! My school is quite strict about it. :(

Tan Wee Kean - 5 years ago

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How do u add the line after each section?

Aneesh Kundu - 4 years, 11 months ago

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Just type the underscore thing 3 times. (the horizontal line in aditya _ raut)

So typing '_ _ _' (without spaces) gives the white line as follows.


Hope that helps @Aneesh Kundu

Aditya Raut - 4 years, 11 months ago

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Thnx

Aneesh Kundu - 4 years, 11 months ago

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Why did you used \color{#3D99F6}{\text{\dfrac}} instead of \color{#D61F06}{\text{\frac}}

Pranjal Jain - 4 years, 10 months ago

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That is to ensure clearer display, because \dfrac gives a bigger display of the fraction that \frac.

Try it and you'll notice the difference :)

Aditya Raut - 4 years, 10 months ago

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Using \frac: 12\frac{1}{2}

Using \dfrac: 12\dfrac{1}{2}

Pranjal Jain - 4 years, 10 months ago

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@Pranjal Jain Cool! Thanks!

Pranjal Jain - 4 years, 10 months ago

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15sinx\color{#20A900}{15 \sin x}

A Former Brilliant Member - 1 year, 11 months ago

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Wow, it‘s so cool!\color{#3D99F6}{\text{Wow, it`s so cool!}}

Abdur Rehman Zahid - 5 years ago

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Dude you got to wrap it with the formatting

\ ( {your codes} \ )

Type the above without spaces and then it will appear.

Aditya Raut - 5 years ago

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thank you , iam pretty much rubbish at latex.

Abdur Rehman Zahid - 5 years ago

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@Abdur Rehman Zahid Now I know LaTeX pretty well

Abdur Rehman Zahid - 3 years, 9 months ago

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