# LaTeX Cheat Sheet

## LaTeX Cheat Sheet

Here is a list of LaTeX code:

\frac{x}{y} represents

\sqrt{x} represents

\alpha, \beta, \gamma, \pi, \Pi, \phi, \Delta, \Omega, \omega represents respectively

k_n represents

\infty represents

\sin, \cos, \tan represents

\cot, \sec, \csc represents

x \equiv a \pmod{b} represents

x \bmod y represent

\binom{a}{b} represents

\sqrt[n]{x} represents

\int\limits_a^b represents , while \int\limits_a^b {c} represents

（ a ), [ b ], \{ a \}, | a |, \|a \|, \langle a \rangle, \lfloor a \rfloor, \lceil a \rceil represents ,, , , , , , respectively

\lim\limits_{x \to 235} \sin(x) represents

f(n) = n|_{n = 3} represents

\log_{a} b represents

\pm is , \parallel is , \therefore is . \supset is , \to is , \gets is , \subset is , \angle is , \ni is , \dots is , \in is , \cup is

In AoPS, if you type in "displaystyle", the next time when you edit the "displaystyle" when disappear automatically.

Subtitle can be created in this way: ==[space]Subtitle[space]==