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Adding support for math notation [duplicate]

Every once in a while I miss having the option to write some LaTeX math on SO. E.g. when talking about automata. I'm certainly not the only one. And I think the person answering this question would ...
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Stackoverflow should have Latex Syntax Highlighting [duplicate]

As i just asked a LaTex-question on SO, i noticed that there is no correct Syntax-highlighting for Latex-Code in a codeblock. This makes it hard to read the code. Would it be possible to add the ...
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How do you use TeX on Stack Overflow? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Latex in Stack Overflow? I've been trying to figure out how to add TeX equations to my posts on SO. Can anyone tell me how to do that, and give an example?
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Insert some Latex code in a question [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Adding support for math notation Latex in Stack Overflow? In many sites of the Stack Exchange network there is the possibility to insert some Latex code directly in your ...
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How to type math equations in the post? [duplicate]

I tried my best to find an example of how to post a math equation on Stack Overflow, but nothing worked. I'm familiar with LaTeX though. I found some people are saying you just need to add your ...
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Can I, and if yes how use math formatting on SO, like I can do on physics.stackexchange.com? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Latex in Stack Overflow? The subject is my whole question: Can I, and if yes how use math formatting on SO, like I can do on physics.stackexchange.com?
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Why isn't mathjax supported? [duplicate]

I suppose the question is pretty self explanatory. I can think of a plethora of examples (discussing mathematical algorithms: applied math: analysis of a problem, etc...) where math formatting would ...
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Which Stack Exchange sites use MathJax?

As the title says, I could use an exhaustive list of all Stack Exchange sites that use MathJax. If the list included any site-specific customizations made to the MathJax configuration on each site, ...
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Area51 / SE 2.0 site-specific script support (such as LaTeX) in beta-phase

While equation markups are seldom needed on S[OFU], it is absolutely essential on many science-based SE 2.0 sites e.g. Mathematics, Statistical Analysis, Physics, etc. Unicode art is not enough for ...
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LaTeX on Stack Overflow for dummies

I know that some of you have to feel like Phil Connors in Groundhog Day because it is asked so often, but I really don't get it: Why isn't there a common way of using LaTeX in Stack Overflow? First ...
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Greek letters in formulas?

I just encountered a question which had a formula in LaTeX syntax, like so: $$\frac{d\phi}{dt} = F(x, v)\ \ ,\ \ x = A\cos(\omega t + \phi) \ \ ,\ \ v = -A\omega\sin(\omega t + \phi)$$ LaTeX ...
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Are we still at the stage where we are unwilling to consider math markup on SO

The main Q&A on this (here's one, and another one, and of course this one all seem to be 3+ years old. I'd accept that this question is a duplicate of this question which seems to have ...
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Latex Support Like Math Overflow [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Adding support for math notation Well, I realize this has probably been asked a googol times but I'm going to ask anyways, because the squeaky wheel gets the grease. Can we ...
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How can I display mathematical formulas on sites that don't support MathJax/LaTeX?

I want to ask a question on Web Applications about the usage of mathematical formulas with WolframAlpha. Certain Stack Exchange sites include support for MathJax/LaTex formatting, which allows for ...
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I can't read math [duplicate]

...and I doubt many other people can too. For the sake of tidyness, perhaps placeholders could be used, so that looks like this instead?

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