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* Click [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php/LaTeX:LaTeX_on_AoPS here] to start learning how to use <math>\text{\LaTeX}</math> on AoPS.
 
* Click [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php/LaTeX:LaTeX_on_AoPS here] to start learning how to use <math>\text{\LaTeX}</math> on AoPS.
* Click [http://latex-tutorial.com/ here] for a guide to making .pdfs using LaTeX for use unrelated to AoPS.
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* Click [http://latex-tutorial.com/ here] for a guide to making .pdfs using <math>\text{\LaTeX}</math> for use unrelated to AoPS.
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* Click [https://www.overleaf.com/learn here] for a wonderful guide for more professional <math>\text{\LaTeX}</math> by Overleaf.

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LaTeX
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The $\text{\LaTeX}$ typesetting system (typically pronounced "Lay-Tek") is widely used to produce well-formatted mathematical and scientific writing. $\text{\LaTeX}$ is very handy for producing equations such as

\[1+2+3+4+5+\sin \pi = \frac{5\cdot 6}{2}+0=15.\]

Nearly every serious student of math or science will use $\text{\LaTeX}$ frequently. Through these web pages, you will learn much of what you'll need to express math and science like a professional, much, much better than writing papers with Word!

  • Click here to start learning how to use $\text{\LaTeX}$ on AoPS.
  • Click here for a guide to making .pdfs using $\text{\LaTeX}$ for use unrelated to AoPS.
  • Click here for a wonderful guide for more professional $\text{\LaTeX}$ by Overleaf.
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