# Tag : technical writing

## Sample Maths Equations [edit]

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## Superscripts and subscripts

Using orgmode markup, it is possible not only to write simple text documents, but also technical documents with special symbols. For example, I can write x^{2}+y^{2} as superscripts or from N_{1} to N_{12} employing subscripts.

## Mathematical formulae

Scientists and mathematicians need to often write formulae. Orgmode uses LaTeX markup for writing mathematical formulae both in the running text or as displayed equations. I can write a simple equation (a+b)^{2} = a^{2}+b^{2}+2ab. I may want to use special characers in the equation: (α+β)^{2}.

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