math latex

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#1 daijobu

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Posted 26 November 2017 - 07:17 PM

There have been several posts lately, of a mathy nature, that could really benefit from some nice math formatting options.

Could someone add Latex functionality to the list of board enchancements?

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#2 MarkT

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Posted 25 December 2017 - 09:03 AM

test of MathML

<mrow>
a &InvisibleTimes; <msup>x 2</msup>
+ b &InvisibleTimes; x
+ c
</mrow>

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failed!

#3 MarkT

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Posted 25 December 2017 - 09:07 AM

·   Example: The kinematic states evolve dynamically according to a linear state space model (3):

(3)

where F(T) is the state transition matrix of the target state model, and wi(T) is the driving maneuver input.

Paste from Word did not work for the equation but the last line came out correctly.

#4 MarkT

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Posted 25 December 2017 - 09:24 AM

test 2  -  Paste from Word  OK

Y^     “Y-hat,” the fitted value of the dependent variable

b^0     “Beta zero hat,” the estimated constant term in a regression equation

b0     “Beta zero,” the true constant term in a regression equation

b^1     “Beta one hat,” an estimated regression coefficient

b1     “Beta one,” a true regression coefficient

b^2     “Beta two hat,” an estimated regression coefficient

b2     “Beta two,” a true regression coefficient

b^3     “Beta three hat,” an estimated regression coefficient

b3     “Beta three,” a true regression coefficient

b^4     “Beta four hat,” an estimated regression coefficient

b4     “Beta four,” a true regression coefficient

R2    “R squared,” the coefficient of determination

R2_     “R bar squared,” the R-squared adjusted for degrees of freedom

Y_     “Y bar,” the mean of the dependent variable

X_     “X bar,” the mean of an independent variable X

e            “Epsilon,” the error term

r     “Rho,” the correlation coefficient