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Math Content You Need | Comments | How to Type It into the CourseLeaf CCOG Editor |
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3 is the solution to \(x+1=4\) | You could just leave this as unformatted math. But it's prettier if you enter it using LaTeX. | \(3\) is the solution to \(x+1=4\) |

2 is a solution to x<5/2 | The greater-than sign and the less-than sign are used in HTML element declarations. To be safe, rather than typing them, use | \(2\) is a solution to \(x\lt\frac{5}{2}\) |

3x^2-15x-18 = 3(x^2-5x-6) | For multi-line expressions, use the The The Using Note the extra braces around the | \(\begin{aligned} |

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