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How to enter a simple equation using \(\LaTeX\).

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    You either use the Equation editor by clicking on the "\(\Sigma\) Equation" button at the bottom left of the reply area or you can type it in manually. \(\boldsymbol{\underline{\text{Manual Entry}}}\) Equations are embedded between a pair of escaped square brackets. So an equation starts with \\([\) and ends with \\(]\) You enter your equation using \(\LaTeX\) between these square brackets. As an example suppose you wanted to enter a quadratic equation. You would type as follows: Here is an example quadratic equation:\\([\)ax^2+bx+c=0\\(]\) The text above would get rendered as follows: Here is an example quadratic equation:\[ax^2+bx+c=0\]

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    This site makes use of MathJax. You can find more documentation on the MathJax \(\LaTeX\) support here: http://www.mathjax.org/docs/1.1/tex.html

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    \[ax^2+bx+c=0\]

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    Just practicing lol

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