# How to use TEX $$\begin{array}{l} … \end{array}$$ inside a quote?

I want to use a TEX-formatted content inside a quote. But the following code does not work:

> $$\begin{array}{l} > a = b,\\ > c = d > \end{array}$$


How to solve this?

• But where can I ask this question? What is the site dedicated to markdown formatting questions on SE sites? – lyrically wicked Aug 21 '18 at 9:09
• Seems to me that this is on-topic here. I mistook it for a general question about TeX at first. – S.L. Barth - Reinstate Monica Aug 21 '18 at 9:12
• @lyricallywicked: You could try TeX - LaTeX, but honestly Meta SE should be, and generally is, capable of handling at least some basic support questions about mixing the MathJax SE uses for TeX formatting with SE's Markdown dialect. – Nathan Tuggy Aug 21 '18 at 9:40

> $$\begin{array}{l} a = b,\\ c = d \end{array}$$