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    Typora supports rendering normal mathematics using Tex/LaTeX syntax. The rendering process is processed by MathJax.

    Table of Contents

    Math Block (Display Math)

    Math blocks are LaTeX expressions wrapped by mark and line break, for example:

    will be rendered as

    \[\begin{align*} y = y(x,t) &= A e^{i\theta} \\ &= A (\cos \theta + i \sin \theta) \\ &= A (\cos(kx - \omega t) + i \sin(kx - \omega t)) \\ &= A\cos(kx - \omega t) + i A\sin(kx - \omega t) \\ &= A\cos \Big(\frac{2\pi}{\lambda}x - \frac{2\pi v}{\lambda} t \Big) + i A\sin \Big(\frac{2\pi}{\lambda}x - \frac{2\pi v}{\lambda} t \Big) \\ &= A\cos \frac{2\pi}{\lambda} (x - v t) + i A\sin \frac{2\pi}{\lambda} (x - v t) \end{align*}\]

    In typora, you could just press and key to input a math block, in input mode, use Up/Down arrow key or / + key to finish editing, or just click the ✓ button, or somewhere else.

    Inline Math

    First of all, please enable inline math feature from preferences panels -> Markdown section. Preferences panel can be opened From menu bar: -> , or use shortcut key — / + . This setting will be applied after Typora restarts.

    Inline math use syntax like this , e.g: .

    TeX Commands available in Typora

    You could find the all supported TeX commands in http://docs.mathjax.org/en/latest/input/tex/macros/index.html.

    You could add new commands using or. For example:

    Chemistry Expressions

    Typora has the built-in mhchem extension, which can be used to render Chemistry Expressions, you could use like this:

    Which will be rendered as

    For more details, please refer https://mhchem.github.io/MathJax-mhchem/.

    Cross Reference

    Typora supports TeX-style reference syntax, for example:

    Auto Numbering

    Typora supports auto-numbering math blocks. To turn on this feature, please open preferences panel, and enable “Auto Numbering Math Equations” under the “Markdown” section.

    Troubleshooting

    Force Refresh

    When Math rendering goes wrong, like output math too wild/narrow, or equation numbering becomes incorrect, you can trigger force refresh for all math from the → menu.

    Line Breaking

    Starting from v0.11.0, Typora upgraded to MathJax v3, which does not support line break using or in MathJax v2, the behavior is same with LaTeX, unless you put them in a enviroment, for example:

    So you could use as a workaround.

    From v0.11.1, Typora provides a new option “Apply Line Break at \\” under → → . By enabling it, typora will auto wrap your math content with if your content contains or to achieve the same behavior as previous versions. But it may bring some unexpected issues, so if you met any math issues after enabled it, please try disable the option, and report to us, if it is the cause.

    Use instead of enabling “Apply Line Break at \\” is recommended for adding line breaks in math.

    Limitations

    Sours: https://support.typora.io/Math/
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    Using Snip with Typora

    Equations can be inserted into Typora by either pasting or a PNG image into your Typora document. You can get both of these compatible formats when using Snip. We recommend using the LaTeX formats for adding math to a Typora document, but PNG images for tables.

    To ensure that Snip is configured to work seamlessly with Typora, go to Settings (Preferences on Mac) > Formatting and select:

    • delimiters for inline math
    • delimiters for block mode math
    Select the correct delimiters for compatibility with Typora

    Then go to Settings (Preferences on Mac) > Image Export and choose the Typora preset.

    Select the correct delimiters for compatibility with Typora

    Make sure Typora is configured to work with LaTeX by going to Preferences > Markdown and enable inline math:

    Change your Typora settings

    Block mode math in Typora

    To insert a block mode equation into Typora, follow these simple steps:

    1. Display the equation want you to insert into your document on your screen.

    2. Click the screenshot button on the Snip app or enter the keyboard shortcut /.

    3. Click and drag the crop box around your desired equation, release to Snip.

    4. Check your Snip result, then click the block mode math LaTeX format row ( delimiters) to copy to your clipboard.

    5. Click into your Typora document where you would like to insert your equation and enter the shortcut / to paste.

    6. Click away from the equation editing box to hide the LaTeX source code.

    Here is a short video showing all the steps together:

    Using Snip to insert an equation into Typora

    Inline math in Typora

    To insert inline math into Typora, follow these steps:

    1. Display the equation you want to insert into your document on your screen.

    2. Click the screenshot button on the Snip app or enter the keyboard shortcut /.

    3. Click and drag the crop box around your desired equation, release to Snip.

    4. Check your Snip result, then click the inline math LaTeX format row ( delimiters) to copy to your clipboard.

    5. Now click into your Typora document where you would like to insert your equation and enter the shortcut / to paste. You will see a preview of the equation below the code.

    6. Type a space or to hide the LaTeX source code in your document.

    Here is a short video showing all the steps together:

    Using Snip to insert an inline equation into Typora

    Images in Typora

    For non-math STEM content like tables, we recommend using the PNG output format instead of LaTeX (since Typora does not support any text-mode LaTeX features like the environment).

    Snip has an image export setting optimized for Typora that will copy a high resolution (600 DPI) PNG to your clipboard which can then be resized once it’s been pasted into your Typora document.

    Here are the steps for using PNGs from Snip in Typora with a table example:

    1. Display the image of the table you want to to insert into your document on your screen.
    2. Click the screenshot button on the Snip app or enter the keyboard shortcut /.
    3. Click and drag the crop box around your desired equation, release to Snip.
    4. Check your Snip result, then click the Copy PNG button to copy the image to your clipboard.
      1. Now click into your Typora document where you would like to insert your equation and enter the shortcut / to paste.
    5. You will see a small menu with an option to Zoom or Zoom to 12%. Use this option to change the size of the image in your document.

    Here is a short video showing all the steps together:

    Using Snip to insert images into Typora
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    August 14, 2018 by typora.io

    Typora supports rendering normal mathematics using Tex/LaTeX syntax. The rendering process is processed by MathJax.

    (ce{Li^x_{Li,1-2x}Mg^._{Li,x})V('_{Li,x}Cl^x_{Cl}})

    Table of Contents

    Math Block (Display Math)

    Math blocks are LaTeX expressions wrapped by mark and line break, for example:

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    $$
    begin{align*}
    y = y(x,t) &= A e^{itheta} \\
    &= A (cos theta + i sin theta) \\
    &= A (cos(kx - omega t) + i sin(kx - omega t)) \\
    &= Acos(kx - omega t) + i Asin(kx - omega t) \\
    &= Acos Big(frac{2pi}{lambda}x - frac{2pi v}{lambda} t Big) + i Asin Big(frac{2pi}{lambda}x - frac{2pi v}{lambda} t Big) \\
    &= Acos frac{2pi}{lambda} (x - v t) + i Asin frac{2pi}{lambda} (x - v t)
    end{align*}
    $$

    will be rendered as [ begin{align*} y = y(x,t) &= A e^{itheta} \\ &= A (cos theta + i sin theta) \\ &= A (cos(kx - omega t) + i sin(kx - omega t)) \\ &= Acos(kx - omega t) + i Asin(kx - omega t) \\ &= Acos Big(frac{2pi}{lambda}x - frac{2pi v}{lambda} t Big) + i Asin Big(frac{2pi}{lambda}x - frac{2pi v}{lambda} t Big) \\ &= Acos frac{2pi}{lambda} (x - v t) + i Asin frac{2pi}{lambda} (x - v t) end{align*} ]

    [ begin{align*} y = y(x,t) &= A e^{itheta} \\ &= A (cos theta + i sin theta) \\ &= A (cos(kx - omega t) + i sin(kx - omega t)) \\ &= Acos(kx - omega t) + i Asin(kx - omega t) \\ &= Acos Big(frac{2pi}{lambda}x - frac{2pi v}{lambda} t Big) + i Asin Big(frac{2pi}{lambda}x - frac{2pi v}{lambda} t Big) \\ &= Acos frac{2pi}{lambda} (x - v t) + i Asin frac{2pi}{lambda} (x - v t) end{align*} ]

    Math Blocks

    You can render LaTeX mathematical expressions using MathJax.

    To add a mathematical expression, input and press the ‘Return’ key. This will trigger an input field which accepts Tex/LaTex source. For example: [ mathbf{V}_1 times mathbf{V}_2 = begin{vmatrix} mathbf{i} & mathbf{j} & mathbf{k} \\ frac{partial X}{partial u} & frac{partial Y}{partial u} & 0 \\ frac{partial X}{partial v} & frac{partial Y}{partial v} & 0 \\ end{vmatrix} ]

    In the markdown source file, the math block is a LaTeX expression wrapped by a pair of ‘$$’ marks:

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    $$
    mathbf{V}_1 times mathbf{V}_2 = begin{vmatrix}
    mathbf{i} & mathbf{j} & mathbf{k} \\
    frac{partial X}{partial u} & frac{partial Y}{partial u} & 0 \\
    frac{partial X}{partial v} & frac{partial Y}{partial v} & 0 \\
    end{vmatrix}
    $$

    You can find more details here.

    In typora, you could just press and key to input a math block, in input mode, use Up/Down arrow key or / + key to finish editing, or just click the ✓ button, or somewhere else.

    Inline Math

    First of all, please enable inline math feature from preferences panels -> Markdown section. Preferences panel can be opened From menu bar: -> , or use shortcut key — / + . This settings will be applied after Typora restarts.

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    Inline math use syntax like this , e.g: (f = frac{2 pi}{T}​).

    TeX Commands available in Typora

    You could find the all supported TeX commands in http://docs.mathjax.org/en/latest/tex.html#supported-latex-commands.

    You could add new commands using or. For example:

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    $$
    defbold#1

    bold{this is now bold}
    $$

    Chemistry Expressions

    Typora has the built-in mhchem extension, which can be used to render Chemistry Expressions, you could use like this:

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    $ce{CH4 + 2 $left( ce{O2 + 79/21 N2} right)$}$

    $​$

    (ce{Hg^2+ ->[I-] HgI2 ->[I-] [Hg^{II}I4]^2-})

    (ce{[{(X2) 3}2]^3+})

    Which will be rendered asimg

    For more details, please refer https://mhchem.github.io/MathJax-mhchem/.

    Cross Reference

    Typora supports TeX-style reference syntax, for example:

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    Here is a labeled equation:

    $$
    x+1oversqrt{1-x^2}label{ref1}
    $$

    This is a referece : $ref{ref1}$

    Here is a labeled equation:

    [ x+1oversqrt{1-x^2}label{ref1} ]

    This is a referece : (ref{ref1})

    Auto Numbering

    Typora supports auto-numbering math blocks. To turn on this feature, please open preferences panel, and enable “Auto Numbering Math Equations” under “Markdown” section.

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    Troubleshooting

    Force Refresh

    When Math rendering goes wrong, like output math too wild/narrow, or equation numbering becomes incorrect, you can triple force refresh for all math from → menu.

    Limitations

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    Math typora

    Overview

    Markdown is created by Daring Fireball; the original guideline is here. Its syntax, however, varies between different parsers or editors. Typora try to follow GitHub Flavored Markdown, but may still have small incompatibilities.

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    For example:

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    Using fences is easy: type ``` and press . Add an optional language identifier after ``` and Typora runs it through syntax highlighting:

    Math Blocks

    You can render LaTeX mathematical expressions using MathJax.

    To add a mathematical expression, enter and press the ‘Return’ key. This will trigger an input field which accepts Tex/LaTex source. For example:

    \[\mathbf{V}_1 \times \mathbf{V}_2 = \begin{vmatrix} \mathbf{i} & \mathbf{j} & \mathbf{k} \\ \frac{\partial X}{\partial u} & \frac{\partial Y}{\partial u} & 0 \\ \frac{\partial X}{\partial v} & \frac{\partial Y}{\partial v} & 0 \\ \end{vmatrix}\]

    In the markdown source file, the math block is a LaTeX expression wrapped by a pair of ‘$$’ marks:

    You can find more details here.

    Tables

    Standard Markdown has been extended in several ways to add table support., including by GFM. Typora supports this with a graphical interface, or writing the source code directly.

    Enter and press the key. This will create a table with two columns.

    After a table is created, placing the focus on that table will open up a toolbar for the table where you can resize, align, or delete the table. You can also use the context menu to copy and add/delete individual columns/rows.

    The full syntax for tables is described below, but it is not necessary to know the full syntax in detail as the markdown source code for tables is generated automatically by Typora.

    In markdown source code, they look like:

    You can also include inline Markdown such as links, bold, italics, or strikethrough in the table.

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    MultiMarkdown extends standard Markdown to provide two ways to add footnotes.

    You can create reference footnotes like this1 and this2.

    will produce:

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    Horizontal Rules

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    YAML Front Matter

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    Table of Contents (TOC)

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    Inline Links

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    will produce:

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    This link has no title attribute. ()

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    In Typora, they will be rendered like so:

    This is an example reference-style link.

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    If you’re using markdown for building websites, you may specify a URL prefix for the image preview on your local computer with property in YAML Front Matter. For example, Enter in YAML Front Matter, and then will be treated as in Typora.

    drag and drop image

    Emphasis

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    produces:

    single asterisks

    single underscores

    GFM will ignore underscores in words, which is commonly used in code and names, like this:

    wow_great_stuff

    do_this_and_do_that_and_another_thing.

    To produce a literal asterisk or underscore at a position where it would otherwise be used as an emphasis delimiter, you can backslash escape it with a backslash character:

    Typora recommends using the symbol.

    Strong

    A double or will cause its enclosed contents to be wrapped with an HTML tag, e.g:

    produces:

    double asterisks

    double underscores

    Typora recommends using the symbol.

    Code

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    will produce:

    Use the function.

    Strikethrough

    GFM adds syntax to create strikethrough text, which is missing from standard Markdown.

    becomes

    Emoji :happy:

    Enter emoji with syntax . To make it easier, an auto-complete helper will pop up after typing and the start of an emoji name.

    Entering UTF-8 emoji characters directly is also supported by going to -> in the menu bar.

    Inline Math

    To use this feature, please enable it first in the tab of the preference panel. Then, use to wrap a LaTeX command. For example: .

    To trigger inline preview for inline math: input “$”, then press the key, then input a TeX command.

    You can find more details here.

    Subscript

    To use this feature, please enable it first in the tab of the preference panel. Then, use to wrap subscript content. For example: , /

    Superscript

    To use this feature, please enable it first in the tab of the preference panel. Then, use to wrap superscript content. For example: .

    Highlight

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    HTML

    You can use HTML to style content what pure Markdown does not support. For example, use to add text with red color.

    Underlines

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    becomes Underline.

    Embed Contents

    Some websites provide iframe-based embed code which you can also paste into Typora. For example:

    Video

    You can use the HTML tag to embed videos. For example:

    Other HTML Support

    You can find more details here.

    Sours: https://support.typora.io/Markdown-Reference/
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    Typora uses latex to insert mathematical formulas

    Write notes on probability theory Typora Use LaTeX Insert mathematical formula

    Summarize the common ways to write probability notes , Easy to find .

    Insert formula

    LaTeX There are two kinds of mathematical formulas in : The formula in the row and the independent formula . The formula in the line is put in the text and mixed with other words , Independent formulas line up independently .

    The formula in the row

    use Enclose the formula .

    Independent formula

    use Enclose the formula in the form of no number . By default, the elements between blocks are centered .

    The subscript

    Means superscript , Indicates subscript . If the content of the superscript is more than one character , Need to use Put all of this together . Superscripts and subscripts can be nested , It can also be used at the same time .

    Brackets and separators

    、 and The symbol itself , Use To express . When you want to display large brackets or separators , Use and command .
    Some special brackets :

    Input Show Input Show
    \langle * \langle *\rangle * \rangle *
    \lceil ⌈ \lceil ⌈\rceil ⌉ \rceil ⌉
    \lfloor ⌊ \lfloor ⌊\rfloor ⌋ \rfloor ⌋
    \lbrace { \lbrace { \rbrace } \rbrace }

    Enter the score

    Usually use The command produces a score , Scores can be nested .
    The convenience can be entered directly To quickly generate a a b \frac ab ba​ .
    If the fraction is complex , Can also be used command , At this time, the score is only one level .

    • Show : a − 1 b − 1 a n d a + 1 b + 1 \frac{a-1}{b-1} \quad and \quad {a+1\over b+1} b−1a−1​andb+1a+1​

    Enter the square root

    Use Command input square .

    • Show : 2 a n d 3 n \sqrt{2} \quad and \quad \sqrt[n]{3} 2​andn3​

    Enter the ellipsis

    There are two kinds of ellipsis in mathematical formulas , Represents an ellipsis aligned with the bottom line of the text , Represents an ellipsis that aligns with the center line of the text .

    • Show : f ( x 1 , x 2 , … ⏟ l d o t s , x n ) = x 1 2 + x 2 2 + ⋯ ⏟ c d o t s + x n 2 f(x_1,x_2,\underbrace{\ldots}_{\rm ldots} ,x_n) = x_1^2 + x_2^2 + \underbrace{\cdots}_{\rm cdots} + x_n^2 f(x1​,x2​,ldots…​​,xn​)=x12​+x22​+cdots⋯​​+xn2​

    Input derivative

    Partial derivative

    Input Show
    \frac{\partial}{\partial}f(x) ∂ ∂ f ( x ) \frac{\partial}{\partial}f(x) ∂∂​f(x)

    Integral derivatives

    For the derivative of integer order, it is generally input like this :

    Input Show
    f’(x) f ′ ( x ) f'(x) f′(x)
    f’’’(x) f ′ ′ ( x ) f''(x) f′′(x)
    f’’’(x) f ′ ′ ′ ( x ) f'''(x) f′′′(x)

    Higher derivative

    $$
    Example :

    Show : d f d t \frac{\mathrm{d}f}{\mathrm{d}t} dtdf​

    Enter the integral

    Use To enter an integral .

    Example :

    Show : ∫ 0 1 x 2   d x \int_0^1 {x^2} \,{\rm d}x ∫01​x2dx

    Input limit operation

    Use To enter a limit . If there is a need , You can change Symbol to any symbol .

    Example :

    Show : lim ⁡ n → + ∞ 1 n ( n + 1 ) a n d lim ⁡ x ← in example 1 n ( n + 1 ) \lim_{n \to +\infty} \frac{1}{n(n+1)} \quad and \quad \lim_{x\leftarrow{ Example }} \frac{1}{n(n+1)} n→+∞lim​n(n+1)1​andx← in example lim​n(n+1)1​

    Input accumulation 、 Multiplicative operation

    Use To enter an accumulation .
    similarly , Use To input the tired multiplication separately 、 Union and intersection .
    When such symbols are displayed in the row, the superscript and subscript expressions will move to the upper right corner and the lower right corner .

    • Show :
      ∑ i = 1 n 1 i 2 \sum_{i=1}^n \frac{1}{i^2} \quad i=1∑n​i21​
      ∏ i = 1 n 1 i 2 \quad \prod_{i=1}^n \frac{1}{i^2} \quad i=1∏n​i21​
      ⋃ i = 1 2 R \quad \bigcup_{i=1}^{2} R i=1⋃2​R

    Enter the Greek alphabet

    Input and To enter lower case and upper case Greek letters .
    For capital Greek letters the same as the existing letters , Just type in capital letters .

    Input Show Input Show Input Show Input Show
    \alpha α \alpha αA A A A\beta β \beta βB B B B
    \gamma γ \gamma γ\Gamma Γ \Gamma Γ\delta δ \delta δ\Delta Δ \Delta Δ
    \epsilon ϵ \epsilon ϵE E E E\zeta ζ \zeta ζZ Z Z Z
    \eta η \eta ηH H H H\theta θ \theta θ\Theta Θ \Theta Θ
    \iota ι \iota ιI I I I\kappa κ \kappa κK K K K
    \lambda λ \lambda λ\Lambda Λ \Lambda Λ\mu μ \mu μM M M M
    \nu ν \nu νN N N N\xi ξ \xi ξ\Xi Ξ \Xi Ξ
    o o o oO O O O\pi π \pi π\Pi Π \Pi Π
    \rho ρ \rho ρP P P P\sigma σ \sigma σ\Sigma Σ \Sigma Σ
    \tau τ \tau τT T T T\upsilon υ \upsilon υ\Upsilon Υ \Upsilon Υ
    \phi ϕ \phi ϕ\Phi Φ \Phi Φ\chi χ \chi χX X X X
    \psi ψ \psi ψ\Psi Ψ \Psi Ψ\omega ω \omega ω\Omega Ω \Omega Ω

    Some letters have variable specific forms , With start .

    In lowercase In capital form Variable form Show
    \epsilonE\varepsilon ϵ ∣ E ∣ ε \epsilon \mid E \mid \varepsilon ϵ∣E∣ε
    \theta\Theta\vartheta θ ∣ Θ ∣ ϑ \theta \mid \Theta \mid \vartheta θ∣Θ∣ϑ
    \rhoP\varrho ρ ∣ P ∣ ϱ \rho \mid P \mid \varrho ρ∣P∣ϱ
    \sigma\Sigma\varsigma σ ∣ Σ ∣ ς \sigma \mid \Sigma \mid \varsigma σ∣Σ∣ς
    \phi\Phi\varphi ϕ ∣ Φ ∣ φ \phi \mid \Phi \mid \varphi ϕ∣Φ∣φ

    Enter other special characters

    Relational operator

    Input Show Input Show Input Show Input Show
    \pm ± \pm ±\times × \times ×\div ÷ \div ÷\mid ∣ \mid ∣
    \nmid ∤ \nmid ∤\cdot ⋅ \cdot ⋅\circ ∘ \circ ∘\ast ∗ \ast ∗
    \bigodot ⨀ \bigodot ⨀\bigotimes ⨂ \bigotimes ⨂\bigoplus ⨁ \bigoplus ⨁\leq ≤ \leq ≤
    \geq ≥ \geq ≥\neq ≠ \neq ​=\approx ≈ \approx ≈\equiv ≡ \equiv ≡
    \sum ∑ \sum ∑\prod ∏ \prod ∏\coprod ∐ \coprod ∐\backslash \ \backslash \

    Set operators

    Input Show Input Show Input Show
    \emptyset ∅ \emptyset ∅\in ∈ \in ∈\notin ∉ \notin ∈/​
    \subset ⊂ \subset ⊂\supset ⊃ \supset ⊃\subseteq ⊆ \subseteq ⊆
    \supseteq ⊇ \supseteq ⊇\bigcap ⋂ \bigcap ⋂\bigcup ⋃ \bigcup ⋃
    \bigvee ⋁ \bigvee ⋁\bigwedge ⋀ \bigwedge ⋀\biguplus ⨄ \biguplus ⨄

    Logarithmic operators

    Input Show Input Show Input Show
    \log log ⁡ \log log\lg lg ⁡ \lg lg\ln ln ⁡ \ln ln

    Trigonometric operators

    Input Show Input Show Input Show
    30^\circ 3 0 ∘ 30^\circ 30∘\bot ⊥ \bot ⊥\angle A ∠ A \angle A ∠A
    \sin sin ⁡ \sin sin\cos cos ⁡ \cos cos\tan tan ⁡ \tan tan
    \csc csc ⁡ \csc csc\sec sec ⁡ \sec sec\cot cot ⁡ \cot cot

    Calculus operators

    Input Show Input Show Input Show
    \int ∫ \int ∫\iint ∬ \iint ∬\iiint ∭ \iiint ∭
    \iiiintKaTeX parse error: Undefined control sequence: \iiiint at position 1: \̲i̲i̲i̲i̲n̲t̲\oint ∮ \oint ∮\prime ′ \prime ′
    \lim lim ⁡ \lim lim\infty ∞ \infty ∞\nabla ∇ \nabla ∇

    Connecting symbols

    Input Show
    \overleftarrow{a+b+c+d} a + b + c + d ← \overleftarrow{a+b+c+d} a+b+c+d​
    \overrightarrow{a+b+c+d} a + b + c + d → \overrightarrow{a+b+c+d} a+b+c+d​
    \overleftrightarrow{a+b+c+d} a + b + c + d \overleftrightarrow{a+b+c+d} a+b+c+d​
    \underleftarrow{a+b+c+d} a + b + c + d ← \underleftarrow{a+b+c+d} a+b+c+d​
    \underrightarrow{a+b+c+d} a + b + c + d → \underrightarrow{a+b+c+d} a+b+c+d​
    \underleftrightarrow{a+b+c+d} a + b + c + d \underleftrightarrow{a+b+c+d} a+b+c+d​
    \overline{a+b+c+d} a + b + c + d ‾ \overline{a+b+c+d} a+b+c+d​
    \underline{a+b+c+d} a + b + c + d ‾ \underline{a+b+c+d} a+b+c+d​

    The arrow symbol

    Input Show Input Show
    \uparrow ↑ \uparrow ↑\Uparrow ⇑ \Uparrow ⇑
    \downarrow ↓ \downarrow ↓\Downarrow ⇓ \Downarrow ⇓
    \leftarrow ← \leftarrow ←\Leftarrow ⇐ \Leftarrow ⇐
    \rightarrow → \rightarrow →\Rightarrow ⇒ \Rightarrow ⇒
    \leftrightarrow \leftrightarrow \Leftrightarrow ⇔ \Leftrightarrow ⇔
    \longleftarrow * \longleftarrow *\Longleftarrow * \Longleftarrow *
    \longrightarrow * \longrightarrow *\Longrightarrow * \Longrightarrow *
    \longleftrightarrow * \longleftrightarrow *\Longleftrightarrow * \Longleftrightarrow *

    Other commands

    Add space

    There are four kinds of spaces that can be used : 、、 and .

    • Show : a   b ∣ a    b ∣ a b ∣ a b a \, b \mid a \; b \mid a \quad b \mid a \qquad b ab∣ab∣ab∣ab

    Of course , Use The same effect can be achieved .

    Add wave lines

    • Show :
      Two term branch cloth X ∼ B ( n , p ) The binomial distribution X\sim B(n,p) Two term branch cloth X∼B(n,p)

    The sequence of equations

    People often want a neat, centered sequence of equations . Use To create a series of equations , It uses... At the end of each line .
    There is no need to declare formula symbols when using equation sequences or .

    Please note that The sentence is auto number Of , Use Declare stop auto numbering (^wuyufei Comments ).

    • Show :(Typora It can be displayed normally )
      KaTeX parse error: No such environment: align at position 8: \begin{̲a̲l̲i̲g̲n̲}̲ \sqrt{37} & = …

    Conditional expression

    Use To create a set of conditional expressions , Insert... In each line of conditions To specify what needs to be aligned , And use... At the end of each line , With end .
    Conditional expressions do not need to declare or Symbol .

    • Show :
      f ( n ) = { n / 2 , if  n  is even 3 n + 1 , if  n  is odd f(n) = \begin{cases} n/2, & \text{if $n$ is even} \\ 3n+1, & \text{if $n$ is odd} \end{cases} f(n)={ n/2,3n+1,​if n is evenif n is odd​

    Cmd Markdown Formula guide

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