\large a=\sqrt { 2 }\\ \huge a={ e }^{ -\frac { t }{ \tau } }\\ \\ \dot { y } =-a\cdot y\\ \dot { x } =\begin{pmatrix} 0 & 1 \\ 0 & -a\quad \end{pmatrix}x\\ { V }_{ ss }={ K }_{ vpl } \sqrt { \frac { { P }_{ s }\cdot { A }_{ pe }-{ F }_{ l } }{ { { A }_{ pe } }^{ 3 }\cdot \left( 1+\frac { { { { \rho }_{ v } } }^{ 2 } }{ { { \rho }_{ c } }^{ 3 } } \right) } }

# New Mathjax support

**ndzied1**#3

very cool.

I remember when [latex]\TeX[/latex] and [latex]\LaTeX[/latex] first came out when I was in college. It was a huge deal. Donald Knuth stopped the writing of his epic Art of Computer Programming to create a typesetting language he felt was up to the task of displaying his own work.

Jacob, font sizes are called out by the following tags preceded by a backslash:

[latex]\tiny tiny \

\scriptsize scriptsize \

\small small \

\normalsize normalsize \

\large large \

\Large Large \

\LARGE LARGE \

\huge huge \

\Huge Huge[/latex]

I should point out that I used the Daum equation editor that is an extension to Google Chrome. There is also a Mac app.

**Paul_Huumala**#6

On the new forum, the syntax for entering Latex font has changed. Instead of enclosing the font with

[latex]a=\sqrt { 2 }[\latex]

surround it with $

$a=sqrt(2)$

There have been some changes.

- Don’t use [latex] …[\latex].

use a backslash$ sign to start and a $ to end - Use \large or \huge before the line you want to make bigger. Norm covered this above.

I have also found that is it is best to start block of text with a \small, \normalsize. \huge and \large is too big for now.