# User talk:ASTRAPUB

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Warm greetings from Mexico | 2 | 05:03, 28 February 2009 |

Mathematics | 1 | 13:49, 27 February 2009 |

Hi Astra ,
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I'm your WikiNeighbour.I see you are planning to add some math notation, it's the perfect moment to start using the powerful [math]\mathrm{L\!\!^{{}_{\scriptstyle A}} \!\!\!\!\!\;\; T\!_{\displaystyle E} \! X} \,[/math] codes in order to render clear & good looking formulas like this one: [math]x=\frac{-b\pm\sqrt{b^2-4ac}}{2a}[/math]. Seems familiar to you? Absolutely. **1.**First of all, you will need a cheat sheet where you will find codes of the most common math symbols. Click here for**Help:Displaying Special Characters**
**2**I'm also working in the creation of a comprehensive collection of [math]\mathrm{L\!\!^{{}_{\scriptstyle A}} \!\!\!\!\!\;\; T\!_{\displaystyle E} \! X} \,[/math] symbology help page:**Help:LaTeX_Symbol_Tables**. This job is still in progress, please visit the project, I'd love you hear your suggestions and, If you wish, join me!
**3.**Practice the codes in your Sandbox. Once you feel confident, you may want to learn more. Great! look around some of the thousands of pages we have in WE, if you find [math]\mathrm{L\!\!^{{}_{\scriptstyle A}} \!\!\!\!\!\;\; T\!_{\displaystyle E} \! X} \,[/math] symbols, switch the page to edit mode and study the codes. Copy and paste them in your sandbox, we always learn from others, that's the wiki way.
**4.**I highly recommend you to visit the**Content**page, where you will find most of the current projects we are developing in WikiEducator. Click on the Math or Physics Projects, you will find more pages with math symbols to learn from. Click here for more**projects**.
Have fun while learning. |

Greetings from the Spice Isle. Thanks for that heads-up. I'll be sure to check out the latex symbology after this workshop. I'm really enjoying this. Have a great day!

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My Pleasure Astra,

Glad to hear you are enjoying the workshop. Next step will be much more exciting, you're close to start brilliant **projects**!

Anything you need, please let me know.

Your **WikiNeighbour** Gladys Gahona.--chela5808 05:03, 28 February 2009 (UTC)

Hi Astra,

You might be interested in the following projects MathGloss and Math Tables and Formulas.

There is a project called Physics Education Technology that has some math simulations that you might find interesting.

Rob

Good morning, Thanks a million for these links.

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