## Math Expression (TeX) (Mark Burnett)

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Mark states: "...a glossary of math expressions that helps demonstrate how to code various TeX based formulas. You may create a blank glossary and import this XML file into it."

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### A

#### algebraic expression

using @@@ x=y^2@@@ to create @@ x=y^2@@
 Keyword(s): algebra

#### array

$$\begin{array}{|ccc|}a_1&a_2&a_3\\ b_1&b_2&b_3\\ c_1&c_2&c_3\end{array}$$ is $\begin{array}{|ccc|}a_1&a_2&a_3\\ b_1&b_2&b_3\\ c_1&c_2&c_3\end{array}$

 Keyword(s): array

### B

#### big sum

$$\bigsum_{n+2}^x$$   is   $\bigsum_{n+2}^x$

### D

#### delta

$$\delta$$ is $\delta$
 Keyword(s): delta

#### division

@@@1/2@@@   is @@1/2@@
 Keyword(s): division/

### E

#### equals

@@@x=2@@@   is @@x=2@@
 Keyword(s): =equals

### F

#### formula box

$$\fbox{x=\frac12}$$  is $\fbox{x=\frac12}$
 Keyword(s): fbox

#### fraction

$$$\frac1{1-x}$$$  is $$$\frac1{1-x}$$$
 Keyword(s): fraction

### G

#### greater than

@@@x>y@@@   is @@x>y@@
 Keyword(s): greater than>

### I

#### infinity

$$\infty$$  is $\infty$

 Keyword(s): infinity

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