# LaTeX Style

Problems

• Larger equations with proper proportions
• Colored box on top.

\\
\newline
\par

# LaTeX Arrows

Good site

• Arrow over text to the right

$$\overrightarrow{text} \:\:\:\:$$ is \overrightarrow{text}

• Arrow over text to the left

$$\overleftarrow{text} \:\:\:\:$$ is \overleftarrow{text}

# LaTeX Color

MathJax colors work with enclosing braces, not just and end brace as in LaTeX.
Use, \color{red}{x+y} for $$\color{red}{x+y}$$.

# LaTeX Comment

• Use the text command, as in \text{ this will not be interpreted ).
• Comments on a line with an equation like the one below:
$$1.\: P(c)=f(c) \:\:\:\: \color{red}{\text{ Graphs for $$f$$ and $$P$$ pass through $$(c,f(c))$$}}$$

Are indented twice and have four spaces between the equation and the comment
::1.\: P(c)=f(c) \:\:\:\: \color{red}{\text{ Graphs for $$f$$ and $$P$$ pass through $$(c,f(c))$$}}

# LaTeX Display

Use \ ( and \ ) for inline

# LaTeX Strikethrough

Use \require{cancel} first, then the as below:
\cancel{math} $$\require{cancel}\cancel{math}$$
\bcancel{math} $$\require{cancel}\bcancel{math}$$
\xcancel{math} $$\require{cancel}\xcancel{math}$$
\cancelto{value}{math} $$\require{cancel}\cancelto{value}{math}$$

# LaTeX Style

1. Always use a space in $$x\:dx$$ and not $$xdx$$ to display a clear separation between $$x$$ and $$dx$$, else it looks like three variables strung together and misinterpreted as $$x^{2}d$$.
2. Use the center-dot $$\cdot$$ to represent multiplication. Using the astrisk $$*$$ or x $$\times$$ to represent multiplication can lead to confusion.
3. Logo is rendered with: \LaTeX as $$\LaTeX$$