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  1. Susan
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    Regina I was a math major as an undergrad. I am going to have to sit with this for a bit.

    • nerdlypainter
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      I thought I sensed a bit of nerdity. You should be able to find a Latex syntax guide somewhere online. The main difference between latex and plain old Tex is the GUI for word processing – the equation editors look similar. And i’m pretty sure it’s all open source, so lots of free documentation etc should be floating around the aether.

  2. Susan
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    Regina I was a math major as an undergrad. I am going to have to sit with this for a bit.

    • nerdlypainter
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      I thought I sensed a bit of nerdity. You should be able to find a Latex syntax guide somewhere online. The main difference between latex and plain old Tex is the GUI for word processing – the equation editors look similar. And i’m pretty sure it’s all open source, so lots of free documentation etc should be floating around the aether.

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