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How to enter equation inline with your text.
Normally, if you enter an equation between the symbols \\([\) and \\(]\), you equation will start on the next line. To have the equation appear inline with your text like this: \(x^2+2x+1\), just enclose it between round braces instead of square brackets. e.g.: Here is an inline equation: \\((\)x^2+2x+1\\()\) that appears with the text.
Come on inline work! \[x^2+2x+1\]
myininaya is super \(x^2+2x+1\)
omg wow i learned something thanks
i'm going to try that again \( int_{2}^{4}( \frac{x^2+1}{x}) dx \)
i'm going to try that again \(\int_{2}^{4}( \frac{x^2+1}{x}) dx\)
One thing to note is that as you type inline equations, they don't render automatically like the other ones. To have your inline equations render as you type them, just enter en empty set of square brackets at the start of your text \\([\)\\(]\) and then type your text. When finished, remove the empty square brackets.
I'm glad its useful :)
Thanks for the question, which is exactly what I wanted to ask! :)
Okay lets try : \(\lim_{n \rightarrow \infty} \frac{x}{1+x}\)...its work.. thnx Its better to write the equation normally then we remove the outer square braces by round one in the normal window of posting [ ] by ( ) . its just what you said before last post of you . Thnx