I thought I'd post a quick and very basic latex tutorial for those unfamiliar with it. First of all LateX is a text rendering program which is awesome for rendering mathematical expressions. Obviously with the material on here we're going to need to show mathematical expressions.

First of all to start an equation we use the either of the following tags

[latex]Equation[/latex] [math]Equation[/math]

Now for some examples. You will first see the rendered equation and then see the BB code responsible for generating it.

Fractions example;

[**LaTeX Error:** One or more directories do not exist]

[math]R=\frac {V}{I}[/math]

Subscript example

[**LaTeX Error:** One or more directories do not exist]

[latex]V_{1}=5[/latex]

Powers example;

[**LaTeX Error:** One or more directories do not exist]

[latex]e^{ix}=\cos x + i\sin x[/latex]

Note that the '\' character in latex denotes that what follows until the next space is an identifier. This identifier works for most common math expressions and more importantly greek letters.

Symbols example;

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[latex]\psi = \Psi + \phi + \Phi + \Pi + \pi[/latex]

Note that if we want the capital greek letter we start the identifier off with a capital eg \Psi instead of \psi

I will make a thread sometime tomorrow with a more comprehensive list of commands. While it might seem daunting at first it becomes second nature to you after a while. Just in case the post tomorrow doesn't get made in time for wanting to post an equation here is a good website which you can design the equation how you want and it'll show you the code you need to represent it in latex.

Enjoy.