## Donnerstag, 10. März 2011

### Various Checks

Who figured out that

$E=mc^2?$

The good thing now is that

$\LaTeX$

is available in the blog.
Einstein most famous equation is \$E=mc^2\$.Newtons derived the equaiton \$s=ut+\sfrac{1}{2}at^2\$

Einstein most famous equation is $E=mc^2$.
Newtons derived the equaiton $s=ut+\sfrac{1}{2}at^2$

Latex formating together with regular text inside 'pre' elements is still not working.

Check out this tutorial on inline mathematical notation.
http://watchmath.com/vlog/?p=438

Trying MathML from Maple:

${f}:=\left({x},{N}\right)\to \sum _{{m}={1}}^{{N}}\phantom{\rule[-0.0ex]{5.0}{0.0ex}}{\mathrm{cm}}{\mathrm{cos}}\left({m}{x}\right)+\sum _{{m}={1}}^{{N}}\phantom{\rule[-0.0ex]{5.0}{0.0ex}}{\mathrm{dm}}{\mathrm{sin}}\left({m}{x}\right)$

Maple Latex Export

$\mbox{}+1/2\,{\it cm}\,\cos \left( x \right) +1/2\,{\frac {{\it cm}\, \left( \sin \left( x \righ t) \right) ^{2}}{\cos \left( x \right) -1}} +1/2\,{\frac {{\it dm}\,\sin \left( x \right) \cos \ left( \left( N+1 \right) x \right) }{\cos \left( x \right) -1}}-1/2\,{\it dm}\,\sin \left( \le ft( N+1 \right) x \right)$