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Sunday, October 20, 2013

This Is a Test

This is a test of MathJax: \(E=mc^2\).

Now this blog can join Shtetl-Optimized and The Reference Frame.

Another test: \[\prod_{p~\text{prime}}\left(1-p^{-s}\right)^{-1}=\sum_{n=1}^{\infty}\frac{1}{n^s}\].

Please note (if you use \(\TeX\) in comments) that single dollar signs have been disabled on the grounds that they are too common in ordinary text. You will have to use \​( and \​) instead.


Blogger Joseph said...

Test: \(\frac{1}{2}=0.5\)

11:58 PM  
Anonymous TJIC said...


I'd use some fancy LaTeX in my comment, except the vast majority of what I use it for is formatting shipping labels for SmartFlix and HeavyInk, so I mostly know the parbox, vertical and horizontal offsets, etc.

Nothing conducive to coolness.

7:33 AM  
Anonymous Vader said...

Yes, but do all its nontrivial zeroes have real part 1/2?

11:38 AM  
Blogger Joseph said...

I regret to say \parbox is not in the list of commands supported by MathJax.

2:31 PM  

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