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CS325 Assignment #1, Summer 2009, OSU YOUR NAME GOES HERE September 6, 2016 1 Introduction Here is an a statement about big O, 3 n 2 O ( n 2 ). Here is the triple-equals equivelence sign: P ( n ) n 2 O ( n 3 ). Here are some inequalities: 4 < 5 , 4 5 , x y . Here is a more complicated exponent: n x +5 . Here is a subscript: x 1 , x 2 , x 3 , ..., x n . Here is a fraction 1 2 . Here is a set: X ⊂ { a, b, c } . Here is a sum: n i =1 i = n ( n +1) 2 . TeX will put the sub and superscripts for a sum on top and bottom if you add the displaystyle command: n X i =1 i = n ( n + 1) 2 . If you put a double money sign, TeX centers things in a math environment on its own line: Z e x dx = e x Equation arrays can be nice for adding line numbers. Lines are ended with a double backslash. Ampersands can be used to format the equations so all of the = signs line up. x = y (1) a = b + c
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