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This is a community wiki post anyone can edit. Its purpose is to compile a list of Game Dev SE posts that would significantly benefit from MathJax/LaTeX markup, as part of the use-case argument for enabling MathJax here. We need a decent body of evidence that MathJax would be worthwhile. RPG.SE and CodeReview responded by gathering a list of posts that ...


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The MathJax todo list We have a list of posts we previously identified as being solid candidates for MathJax. We should do some editing to convert those to use mathematical formulae. Please work on the ones you can confidently work on as necessary. Once you've edited a post, delete it from this list. Some posts that are logged here will not need MathJax at ...


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We're going ahead and enabling this, as you've shown plenty of examples of cases where it'd be useful. As requested, the inline delimiters will be changed to \$ ... \$, and the block-level delimiters are $$...$$ and [...] (which are the defaults, and can't be changed). Fixed posts broken by this: Unreal Engine 4.15 Error C++ | ERROR: UBT ERROR: Failed to ...


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I believe most people use MathJax / ChatJax. Give this page a read: http://www.math.ucla.edu/~robjohn/math/mathjax.html You will find this bookmarklet which installs ChatJax into the current page: javascript:(function(){if(window.MathJax===undefined){var%20script%20=%20document.createElement("script");script.type%20=%20"text/javascript";script.src%20=%20"...


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Boolean Algebra and Logic Quantifiers. use \forall and \exists: \$ \forall\ and \ \exists\ \$ Operators. use \neg, \land and \lor: \$ \neg, \land\ and \lor\ \$


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Basic MathJax and Mathematics Displaying a formula For inline formulas, use \$ ... \$. For display-mode formulas (i.e. multiline, centered formulas which take up their own paragraph), use $$ ... $$. Various symbols will be displaye differently in inline vs multiline mode. For example, the equation \sum_{i=0}^n i^2 = \frac{(n^2+n)(2n+1)}{6} renders in ...


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Vectors and Matrices Basic symbols \vec puts an arrow over the next symbol: \$\vec a\$. For larger groups, use \overrightarrow: \$\overrightarrow{abc}\$ \overleftrightarrow and \overleftarrow are also available: \$ \overleftrightarrow{abc}\$ and \$\overleftarrow{abc}\$ \vert and \Vert display single and double vertical bars: \$\vert a \vert\$ or \$\Vert a \...


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