Can I use MathJax or do I have to type in equations a la Microsoft?


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13 months ago by

For example can I do: \(\int \sigma(x) dx\)

 

\[
\int \nabla v \cdot \nabla u\ d\Omega 
\]

 

∫σ(x) dx

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13 months ago by

You can do inline \( \int \sigma(x) \mathrm{d}x \) using

\( ... \)

or block equation

 

\[
    \int \sigma(x) \mathrm{d}x
\]

 

using

\[ ... \]

See https://www.allanswered.com/post/wrbr/how-to-enter-math-equations-on-allanswered-com/.

The block form does not work for some reason.

written 13 months ago by Jan Blechta  
But how can I preview the result?
written 13 months ago by Marco Morandini  
For simple equations, there is the "f(x)" "equation editor" which is WYSIWYG... I guess for more complex equations, you just have to hope it is right, and re-edit if not.
written 13 months ago by Chris Richardson  
Following this comment, I've make a request to AllAnswered to add preview. 
written 13 months ago by Garth Wells  
Preview button (an 'eye') has been added by AllAnswered.
written 13 months ago by Garth Wells  
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