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I am not good at Latex.. Even you know more than me in this.. Call parth, lgba, dpaln they can help you with this..

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Draw with latex?
Yes i meant to enter graphics in LaTeX ..
What kind of graphics?
\[{\huge{\bullet--\bullet}}\] :D more complex ones
I'm pretty sure @lgbasallote or @satellite or @Zarkon or @amistre64 are the people to consult in this regard.
hmn ok thanks a lot @KingGeorge sir ?
\[\Huge \color{forestgreen}{\mathtt{\ddot \smile}}\]
For the most part, you need to add some more packages to \(LaTeX\), and Open Study doesn't support that feature.
lgbasallote is a LaTex fanatic, so he'll help you.
oh k ! ok ! thanks a lot. . @lgbasallote
@Ishaan94 is my mentor
\[\Huge {\mathbb{\color{ #FDE8D7}{\boxed{\color{gold}{\boxed{\color{pink}{\boxed{\color{ #727B84}{\color{gold}{\bigstar}\text{Y}}\color{ #B4D8E7 }{\text{O}}\color{ #FFEC94}{\text{U}}\color{ #FFAEAE}{\text{ }}\color{ #B0E57C}{\text{Mean }}\color{ #21B6A8}{\text{}}\color{#DF9496}{\text{L}}\color{ #FFCB18 } {\text{I}}\color{ #D6E3B5}{\text{K}}\color{ #F20056}{\text{E}}\color{ #E0CC97}{\text{ }}\color{#29A2C6}{\text{TH}}\color{ #73B66B}{\text{is}}\color{ #FFEC94}{\text{!}}\color{ #56BAEC}{\text{!}}\color{gold}{\bigstar} }}}}}}}}\]
@amistre64 is an expert too...considering his colorme software
Although Hero does have a point. What kind of drawings? Just like boxes, a couple dashes, stuff like that? Or weird geometric shapes?
\[\huge{\star}\] \[\huge{\mathbb{Hi}}\] How to insert box , circles yes @KingGeorge i meant with shapes ( that can be used for decoration )
here is a Box: \[\huge \boxed{TYPE . HERE}\]
what is the latex for that box ?
\boxed{put your words here}
Wow @Eyad, where'd that come from?
the box ?
It would have looked better with Christmas colors or red, white, blue, black
\[\huge{\boxed{hey}}\]
Yea :D
circle ?
\Huge {\mathbb{\color{ #FDE8D7}{\boxed{\color{gold}{\boxed{\color{pink}{\boxed{\color{ #727B84}{\color{gold}{\bigstar}\text{Y}}\color{ #B4D8E7 }{\text{O}}\color{ #FFEC94}{\text{U}}\color{ #FFAEAE}{\text{ }}\color{ #B0E57C}{\text{Mean }}\color{ #21B6A8}{\text{}}\color{#DF9496}{\text{L}}\color{ #FFCB18 } {\text{I}}\color{ #D6E3B5}{\text{K}}\color{ #F20056}{\text{E}}\color{ #E0CC97}{\text{ }}\color{#29A2C6}{\text{TH}}\color{ #73B66B}{\text{is}}\color{ #FFEC94}{\text{!}}\color{ #56BAEC}{\text{!}}\color{gold}{\bigstar} }}}}}}}}
There's the code for that
lol hero
\[\Huge {\mathbb{\color{ #FDE8D7}{\boxed{\color{gold}{\boxed{\color{pink}{\boxed{\color{ #727B84}{\color{gold}{\bigstar}\text{Y}}\color{ #B4D8E7 }{\text{O}}\color{ #FFEC94}{\text{U}}\color{ #FFAEAE}{\text{ }}\color{ #B0E57C}{\text{Mean }}\color{ #21B6A8}{\text{}}\color{#DF9496}{\text{L}}\color{ #FFCB18 } {\text{I}}\color{ #D6E3B5}{\text{K}}\color{ #F20056}{\text{E}}\color{ #E0CC97}{\text{ }}\color{#29A2C6}{\text{TH}}\color{ #73B66B}{\text{is}}\color{ #FFEC94}{\text{!}}\color{ #56BAEC}{\text{!}}\color{gold}{\bigstar} }}}}}}}}\]
xD
Good job
\(\Huge \square \) \(\Huge \circ \) \(\Huge \triangle \) ;)
if you mean a document, rather than here, there are a few things you can do tikz works, http://www.texample.net/tikz/ and you can also insert images
\[\Huge {\mathbb{\color{ #FDE8D7}{\boxed{\color{gold}{\boxed{\color{pink}{\boxed{\color{ #727B84}{\color{gold}{\bigstar}\text{Y}}\color{ #B4D8E7 }{\text{O}}\color{ #FFEC94}{\text{U}}\color{ #FFAEAE}{\text{ }}\color{ #B0E57C}{\text{Mean }}\color{ #21B6A8}{\text{}}\color{#DF9496}{\text{L}}\color{ #FFCB18 } {\text{I}}\color{ #D6E3B5}{\text{K}}\color{ #F20056}{\text{E}}\color{ #E0CC97}{\text{ }}\color{#29A2C6}{\text{TH}}\color{ #73B66B}{\text{is}}\color{ #FFEC94}{\text{!}}\color{ #56BAEC}{\text{!}}\color{gold}{\bigstar} }}}}}}}} \] lol its this
\[% Plane Sections of the Cylinder - Dandelin Spheres % Author: Hugues Vermeiren \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tikz} \tikzset{ MyPersp/.\style={scale=1.8,x={(-0.8cm,-0.4cm)},y={(0.8cm,-0.4cm)}, z={(0cm,1cm)}}, % MyPersp/.\style={scale=1.5,x={(0cm,0cm)},y={(1cm,0cm)}, % z={(0cm,1cm)}}, % uncomment the two lines \to get a lateral view MyPoints/.\style={fill=white,draw=black,thick} } \begin{document} \begin{tikzpicture}[MyPersp,font=\large] % the base circle is the unit circle \in plane Oxy \def\h{2.5}% Heigth of the ellipse center (on the axis of the cylinder) \def\a{35}% \angle of the section plane with the horizontal \def\aa{35}% \angle that defines position of generatrix PA--PB \pgfmathparse{\h/\tan(\a)} \let\b\pgfmathresult \pgfmathparse{\sqrt(1/\cos(\a)/\cos(\a)-1)} \let\c\pgfmathresult %Center Focus distance of the section ellipse. \pgfmathparse{\c/\sin(\a)} \let\p\pgfmathresult % Position of Dandelin spheres centers % on the Oz axis (\h +/- \p) \coordinate (A) at (2,\b,0); \coordinate (B) at (-2,\b,0); \coordinate (C) at (-2,-1.5,{(1.5+\b)*\tan(\a)}); \coordinate (D) at (2,-1.5,{(1.5+\b)*\tan(\a)}); \coordinate (E) at (2,-1.5,0); \coordinate (F) at (-2,-1.5,0); \coordinate (CLS) at (0,0,{\h-\p}); \coordinate (CUS) at (0,0,{\h+\p}); \coordinate (FA) at (0,{\c*\cos(\a)},{-\c*\sin(\a)+\h});% Focii \coordinate (FB) at (0,{-\c*\cos(\a)},{\c*\sin(\a)+\h}); \coordinate (SA) at (0,1,{-\tan(\a)+\h}); % Vertices of the % great axes of the ellipse \coordinate (SB) at (0,-1,{\tan(\a)+\h}); \coordinate (PA) at ({\sin(\aa},{\cos(\aa)},{\h+\p}); \coordinate (PB) at ({\sin(\aa},{\cos(\aa)},{\h-\p}); \coordinate (P) at ({\sin(\aa)},{\cos(\aa)},{-\tan(\a)*\cos(\aa)+\h}); % Point on the ellipse on generatrix PA--PB \draw (A)--(B)--(C)--(D)--cycle; \draw (D)--(E)--(F)--(C); \draw (A)--(E) (B)--(F); \draw[blue,very thick] (SA)--(SB); % \coordinate (O) at (0,0,0); % \draw[->] (O)--(2.5,0,0)node[below \left]{x}; % \draw[->] (O)--(0,3,0)node[\right]{y}; % \draw[->] (O)--(0,0,6)node[\left]{z}; \foreach \t \in {20,40,...,360}% generatrices \draw[magenta,dashed] ({\cos(\t)},{\sin(\t)},0) --({\cos(\t)},{\sin(\t)},{2.0*\h}); \draw[magenta,very thick] (1,0,0) % \lower circle \foreach \t \in {5,10,...,360} {--({\cos(\t)},{\sin(\t)},0)}--cycle; \draw[magenta,very thick] (1,0,{2*\h}) % upper circle \foreach \t \in {10,20,...,360} {--({\cos(\t)},{\sin(\t)},{2*\h})}--cycle; \fill[blue!15,draw=blue,very thick,opacity=0.5] (0,1,{\h-\tan(\a)}) % elliptical section \foreach \t \in {5,10,...,360} {--({\sin(\t)},{\cos(\t)},{-\tan(\a)*\cos(\t)+\h})}--cycle; \foreach \i \in {-1,1}{%Spheres! \foreach \t \in {0,15,...,165}% meridians {\draw[gray] ({\cos(\t)},{\sin(\t)},\h+\i*\p) \foreach \rho \in {5,10,...,360} {--({\cos(\t)*\cos(\rho)},{\sin(\t)*\cos(\rho)}, {\sin(\rho)+\h+\i*\p})}--cycle; } \foreach \t \in {-75,-60,...,75}% parallels {\draw[gray] ({\cos(\t)},0,{\sin(\t)+\h+\i*\p}) \foreach \rho \in {5,10,...,360} {--({\cos(\t)*\cos(\rho)},{\cos(\t)*\sin(\rho)}, {\sin(\t)+\h+\i*\p})}--cycle; } \draw[orange,very thick] (1,0,{\h+\i*\p})% Equators \foreach \t \in {5,10,...,360} {--({\cos(\t)},{\sin(\t)},{\h+\i*\p})}--cycle; } \draw[red,very thick] (PA)--(PB); \draw[red,very thick] (FA)--(P)--(FB); % \fill[MyPoints] (CLS) circle (1pt);% center of \lower sphere % \fill[MyPoints] (CUS) circle (1pt);% center of upper sphere \fill[MyPoints] (FA) circle (1pt)node[\right]{$F_1$}; \fill[MyPoints] (FB) circle (1pt)node[\left]{$F_2$}; \fill[MyPoints] (SA) circle (1pt); \fill[MyPoints] (SB) circle (1pt); \fill[MyPoints] (P) circle (1pt)node[below \left]{$P$}; \fill[MyPoints] (PA) circle (1pt)node[below \right]{$P_1$}; \fill[MyPoints] (PB) circle (1pt)node[\above \right]{$P_2$}; \]
\begin{document} \begin{center} \begin{tikzpicture} \tikzstyle{every node} = [node distance=1.5cm] \Vertex(A) \EA{A}(C) \NO{C}(B) \SO{C}(D) \tikzstyle{every node} = [node distance=1.2cm] \EA{B}(F) \NO{F}(E) \SO{F}(G) \EA{D}(I) \NO{I}(H) \SO{I}(J) \EA{F}(L) \NO{L}(K) \SO{L}(M) \EA{I}(O) \NO{O}(N) \SO{O}(P) \EA{L}(Q) \tikzstyle{every node} = [node distance=1.5cm] \SO{Q}(R) \SO{R}(S) \EA{R}(T) \Edge(A)(B) \Edge(A)(C) \Edge(A)(D) \Edge(B)(E) \Edge(B)(G) \Edge(C)(F) \Edge(C)(I) \Edge(D)(H) \Edge(D)(J) \Edge(E)(K) \Edge(E)(F) \Edge(F)(M) \Edge(G)(L) \Edge(G)(H) \Edge(H)(O) \Edge(I)(N) \Edge(I)(J) \Edge(J)(P) \Edge(K)(Q) \Edge(K)(L) \Edge(M)(Q) \Edge(M)(N) \Edge(T)(Q) \Edge(L)(R) \Edge(O)(R) \Edge(O)(P) \Edge(T)(R) \Edge(N)(S) \Edge(P)(S) \Edge(T)(S) \end{tikzpicture} \end{center} \end{document}
\begin{array}l\color{red}{\normalsize\text{H}}\color{orange}{\normalsize\text{e}}\color{#9c9a2e}{\normalsize\text{y}}\color{green}{\normalsize\text{ }}\color{blue}{\normalsize\text{g}}\color{purple}{\normalsize\text{o}}\color{purple}{\normalsize\text{o}}\color{red}{\normalsize\text{d}}\color{orange}{\normalsize\text{ }}\color{#9c9a2e}{\normalsize\text{t}}\color{green}{\normalsize\text{h}}\color{blue}{\normalsize\text{a}}\color{purple}{\normalsize\text{n}}\color{purple}{\normalsize\text{k}}\color{red}{\normalsize\text{s}}\color{orange}{\normalsize\text{ }}\color{#9c9a2e}{\normalsize\text{!}}\color{green}{\normalsize\text{!}}\color{blue}{\normalsize\text{!}}\color{purple}{\normalsize\text{:}}\color{purple}{\normalsize\text{D}}\color{red}{\normalsize\text{ }}\color{orange}{\normalsize\text{l}}\color{#9c9a2e}{\normalsize\text{i}}\color{green}{\normalsize\text{k}}\color{blue}{\normalsize\text{e}}\color{purple}{\normalsize\text{d}}\color{purple}{\normalsize\text{ }}\color{red}{\normalsize\text{i}}\color{orange}{\normalsize\text{t}}\color{#9c9a2e}{\normalsize\text{ }}\color{green}{\normalsize\text{?}}\color{blue}{\normalsize\text{ }}\color{purple}{\normalsize\text{}}\end{array}
\boxed{heyy}
\(Put \; \backslash [heyy\backslash]\)
\boxed\{heyy\}
\[heyy\]
I mean put \(\backslash [\text\boxed\{heyy\}\backslash]\)
\[\boxed{heyy}\]
That's it ;)
How do I get colors?
\(\backslash[\text{\color{Name of that color}{Here goes your content}}\backslash ]\)
\[\color{Blue}{RaveAyn}\]
:D
Ha
Thanks!

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