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Feature Request: <math> tags for ease of importing a formula from wikipedia into stack exchange

Note that writing $x^{2}$ produces the mathematical expression $x^{2}$. I was wondering if sometime in the future the Math Educators SE could parse ...
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How was the chart in this comment made?

I saw this comment in which a bar graph chart appears, and I'm wondering how it was created. Right clicking reveals that MathJax was involved. I was able to inspect the plaintext markdown and reveal ...
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Why are certain LaTeX commands not rendering for me on this site?

Both the syntax "\binom{n}{r}" and the syntax "{n \choose r}" produce the message "[Math Processing Error]" for me when I use this site (and also History of Science and Mathematics), but work fine ...
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How to turn off the MathJax preview?

The constant compiling of MathJax while composing a post is undesirable for me. How can I stop the MathJax preview? Is there a way to turn off the MathJax preview? Where is the button to switch off ...
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How do I display MathJax in chat?

How do I display MathJax in chat? What do I tell other users so they can display MathJax in chat?
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When and how could special formatting and fonts be used?

$\mathfrak{\mathbb{O}nce~upon~a~time~there~was~a~mathematician} \ldots$ Question 1. Can we use special formats for special questions with a Meta announcement? By a "special format" I mean special ...
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MathJax basic tutorial and quick reference

To see how any of the formulas were made in any question or answer, including this one, use the "edit" link to view the complete source. To quickly see the source of a single expression, right-click ...
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