tag:support.markedapp.com,2011-09-11:/discussions/problems/174360-rendering-of-a-mathematical-equation-with-marked2Marked: Discussion 2023-07-26T20:50:30Ztag:support.markedapp.com,2011-09-11:Comment/596087322023-07-25T15:56:14Z2023-07-25T15:56:15ZRendering of a mathematical equation with Marked2<div><p>In this example, the rendering is OK for equation 1 and 3 but not for equation 2.<br>
I don’t figure out why<br>
The syntax tested with Latexit application is correct</p>
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<p>$L1 = \sum_{i=0}^m W(v_k).D_T (x_i, x_j)$</p>
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<p>$L1 = \sum_{i=0}^m W(v_k).D_T (x_{i,k}, x_{j,k})$</p>
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<p>$x_{1,2}=\frac{-b\pm \sqrt{{b}^{2}-4ac}}{2a}$</p>
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</ol></div>Gilles Bissontag:support.markedapp.com,2011-09-11:Comment/596087322023-07-26T20:50:30Z2023-07-26T20:50:30ZRendering of a mathematical equation with Marked2<div><p>Have you tried this with both the math processing options (Style preferences)? I’m no pro at equations and can’t even read what you’re sharing here, but I can say that if MathJax can’t handle it then there must be a syntax issue specific to MathJax that might differ from LaTeX.</p>
<p>Thanks,<br>
Brett<br>
On Jul 25, 2023 at 10:58 AM -0500, Gilles Bisson <a href="mailto:tender2+de0c64fae5@tenderapp.com">tender2+de0c64fae5@tenderapp.com</a>, wrote:</p></div>Brett