is particularly good for producing mathematical formulas,
using the math environment which is delimited by $
characters. Space limits all but a few basic examples.

This example of an inline formula was produced by
the following fragment of :

While a formula displayed on a separate line, such as is achieved by the following fragment ofThis example of an inline formula: $\sqrt{x+y}$ was produced by the following ...

The displaymath environment has the same effect as the \[...\] delimiters. Numbered equations are produced by the equation environmentWhile a formula displayed on a separate line, such as \[ \sqrt{x+y} \] is achieved by the following ...

Formulas which are too long to fit on a single line are handled by the eqnarray environment. See the manual for more details.

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