It displays how to easily generate the commonly used equations and symbols using LaTeX in Jupyter notebook
In one of the previous article, it displays generally how to align, number, number and format the equations in Jupyter notebook. In this article, it will display how to conveniently create the most widely used math equations and symbols with LaTeX and how to format them in Jupyter notebook. This article includes almost everything on the mathematic equations and symbols, and their formations in Jupyter notebook.
LaTeX is a typesetting language for generating scientific documents. In this article, we will touch part of LaTeX mathematical notations, which can work in Jupyter notebook. In general, this article includes the following points:
- General Rule
- Greek Letters
- Accent Signs
- Big Symbols
- Relation Symbols
- Subscript and Superscript
- Fraction, Binomial, and Stacked number
- Matrices and Arrays
- Sum, Limit and Integral
- Equation Formation
- Numbering Equations
At the beginning of the article, we already mentioned that there is a previous article about math equations alignment, numbering and formatting in the Jupyter Notebook. If you are looking for information on that, please click this link to read that article.
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