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Help & TipsSummary (or abstract) not available for this node. |
ranjan | 1 week 5 days ago | |
Sample ContentLinks to some content pages [[qtip:nodes|Content = Node|In the content management system used here (Drupal), every submitted edit-form creates a content Node with a unique node id (nid)]] are provided here to show supported content formats. To see how the content creation forms look, use the drop-down menu - Content > Create. |
ranjan | 1 month 1 week ago | |
p5Summary (or abstract) not available for this node. |
ranjan | 2 months 2 weeks ago | |
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ranjan | 2 months 2 weeks ago | |
p3Summary (or abstract) not available for this node. |
ranjan | 2 months 2 weeks ago | |
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ranjan | 2 months 2 weeks ago | |
p1Summary (or abstract) not available for this node. |
ranjan | 2 months 2 weeks ago | |
Useful Internet resourcesSummary (or abstract) not available for this node. |
ranjan | 8 months 1 day ago | |
Typing mathematical expressionsMathematical expressions can be inserted within HTML text of all content types (e.g., page, book page, blog, forum) edited using the available online WYSIWYG HTML editor. The mathematical expressions must be typed using the syntax of TeX/LaTeX. The easiest way to start is to author a page with some LaTeX code for mathematical expressions given here (based on the code snippets from an online cookbook). [For a more comprehensive documentation of TeX syntax, see this document.] |
ranjan | 9 months 3 weeks ago | |
Solve $\int sin(x) cos^2(x) dx$A sample content to illustrate how multi-step content type can be used. The content created below is similar to the Wolfram|Alpha Step-By-Step $\int sin(x) cos^2(x) dx$. |
ranjan | 10 months 2 weeks ago |