## Wednesday, December 1, 2010

### LaTeX - Math Commands

Here are a few more links for math in LaTeX. One day I hope to have uploaded pdfs and re-write some of the more common symbols and commands for quick reference. Now I just have some scattered and ugly posts, :P.

LaTeX:Commands WikiBook - http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Wiki/index.php/LaTeX:Commands

LaTeX Math Commands - Drexel University Liki - http://physics.drexel.edu/liki/index.php/LaTeX_Math_Commands

Edit/Update: 7-6-11

This is a link for some quick reference math in LaTeX from a pretty cool sounding software called Aurora. Aurora, it seems, is a software capable of writing LaTeX math in Microsoft Word documents (boo) and more. Check it out if it sounds like it could be for you. Before I dumped Windows, I might have looked into this further. Not too bad a price either, $35 for academic and$45 otherwise.

Here is the description for the site. I can't believe I just stumbled upon this googling for LaTeX math commands.

"Aurora lets you use LaTeX in Microsoft® Word, PowerPoint®, Visio®, Excel®, and many other programs. It makes sure that your formulas look good, print prettily, and play nice with the rest of the text. Aurora takes care of the little things like numbering equations and positioning them on the page, and stays out of your way the rest of the time."

LaTeX basics

Common expressions

Commonly used symbols

A link to LaTeX special characters. Some are using/in the latexsym and amssymb packages.

Special LaTeX Characters - http://www.combinatorics.net/weblib/A.8/a8.html