# DogTeX

Math and science can be difficult. We'd all like to be Level 5 in everything, but sometimes a crazy problem gets us down. But what if there was a better way to learn math and science? That's where DogTeX comes in!

Ready to take your learning on Brilliant to the next level? Just set "Toggle DogTex" in the menu from clicking on your profile icon:

(Not logged in? Click on the DogTeX icon in the header)

Now, things like \(2\) + \(2\) = \(\text{fo}\)\(\text{ur}\) make so much more sense! And this integral? Easy peasy:

\[\int_{0}^{\infty} \frac{e^{-x} \sin(x)\cos(x)}{\sqrt{x}}\,dx = \frac{\sqrt{\pi}}{2\cdot \sqrt[4]{5}} \cdot \sin\left(\frac{1}{2} \tan^{-1}(2)\right)\]

We're taking math and science learning to a whole new level with DogTeX, and we're sure that you'll never switch back to silly old LaTeX.

## What Is It?

It's pretty simple: DogTeX turns your LaTeX into dogs, and it works anywhere on Brilliant. Just set "Toggle DogTeX" as shown in the introduction on any page you land on where you'd rather see dogs. And really, what page *wouldn't* be better with dogs?

In fact, it's only fitting to replace equations with dogs, since most dogs are better at math than humans. Much of their advancement is attributed to Professor Dog, who famously solved \(8\) of the \(7\) Clay Institute Millennium problems. Professor Dog is also famous for his generalization of arc length to bark length, and often chewed on extensions of the ham sandwich theorem to other meats.

If you still aren't convinced by the power of dogs on Brilliant, check out this video: