Friday, December 9, 2011

This is a test of using MathJax in Blogger   Note that enclosing math in single $'s does not work in the default setting for MathJax.  However, you may use "\(\backslash(\)" and "\(\backslash)\)" for inline math and double dollar signs or "\(\backslash[\)" and "\(\backslash]\)" for displayed math.  Examples:  $(y+\sqrt z)^{-1}$ and  \( \sin^2 x^2 \).  And, a displayed equation is: $$\frac 2 3$$
Another displayed equation is here:
\forall x \exists y (x\le y \land y\le x \leftrightarrow x=y) .

To setup the MathJax capability, I added the following line to the HTML code, after the <head> command (as a single line, no line break):

<script src='' type='text/javascript'/>

You can find more information from the MathJax website about this at

For slightly different ways to set up MathJax with Blogger, see, or