Solverer's $\LaTeX$ package
On Solverer, you can use LaTeX to write both in Text Mode and in Math Mode, without any need for an additional markup language. This is immensely powerful as it is allows you to directly copypaste your LaTeX code between \begin{document} and \end{document} to the website and parse it in the browser. Although we only established partial support for the LaTeX syntax as of now, new commands are being made compatible every week. Below you will find a summary of the most important functionality of $\LaTeX$.
\tableofcontents

The structure of text
Sections, subsections and paragraphs
To help the readers find their way through your work, you should partition it into sections, subsections and paragraphs. $\LaTeX$ supports this with special commands that take the section title as their argument. It is up to you touse them in the correct order. The following sectioning commands are available:

1 Early life of Einstein1.2 Childhood of Einstein1.1.3 Stories about baby Einstein 
\par
at the end of the paragraph. To simply break the line, use \newline. Note that $\LaTeX$ does not support the commands \part{...}
and \chapter{...}
as they are exclusively designed for the typesetting of large books.
Table of contents
$\LaTeX$ creates a table of contents by taking the section headings on the page and putting them in a box. The command
\tableofcontents
expands to a table of contents at the place it is issued. An example of such table is given at the top of this page. Notice, however, that adding table of contents requires silent reload of the HTML page and will thus slightly increase the load time.
Cross references and hyperlinks
To cross reference an exercise, book or an author on solverer, use the\href{url}{text}
command.

Solverer  a place to share your (mathematical) knowledge 
./
:

about section 
 HOMEand you are currently working on
+ author_2
+ author_1
_  + book_1
 + exercise_1
exercise_1
, then you can reference author_2 from there using the following URL on that page:
../../../author_2The first
../
moves the URL from exercise_1 to book_1, the second ../
moves from book_1 to author_1 and the third ../
moves from author_1 to the main library page. From there you can call author_2
.Support for
\url{...}
will be added soon.
Footnotes
Use\footnote
to add footnotes to a text. The footnote will be moved to the end of the text and a numerical link will be added instead.
Text formatting
You can format text using the following commands
\textbf{This text is bold.}\newline
\textit{But this one is italic}
Lists
There are three kinds of lists in LaTeX:itemize
, enumerate
and description
. The itemize
environment is suitable for simple lists.

We will cover the following groups in our course:

enumerate
environment is aimed at lists where order plays a role.

The Peano axioms are stated as follows:

description
environment will be implemented in the near future.
You can also use enumitem package
\begin{enumerate}[label=(\alph*)] \item an apple \item a banana \item a carrot \item a durian \end{enumerate} \begin{enumerate}[label=(\Alph*)] \item an apple \item a banana \item a carrot \item a durian \end{enumerate} \begin{enumerate}[label=(\roman*)] \item an apple \item a banana \item a carrot \item a durian \end{enumerate}
Tables
Will be implemented soon.Figures
A good set of commands for inclusion of graphics into these floatingbodies is provided in thegraphicxpackage by D. P. Carlisle. It is part of awhole family of packages called thegraphics
bundle. It is enabled in $\LaTeX$ by default. Use the following step by step guide to include a picture into your document:
 Export your picture in one of the following formats.
 PNG (Animated Portable Network Graphics) — Good choice for lossless animation sequences (GIF is less performant)
 AVIF (AV1 Image File Format) — Good choice for both images and animated images due to high performance.
 GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) — Good choice for simple images and animations.
 JPEG (Joint Photographic Expert Group image) — Good choice for lossy compression of still images (currently the most popular).
 PNG (Portable Network Graphics) — Good choice for lossy compression of still images (slightly better quality than JPEG).
 SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) — Vector image format. Use for images that must be drawn accurately at different sizes.
 WebP (Web Picture format) — Excellent choice for both images and animated images
 Open the exercise or the blog entry where the image should be uploaded. Enter the edit mode and find the "Upload images" button (currently not working  will be fixed in the next weeks).
 After uploading the image to the figures folder of the corresponding blog/exercise, use the following LaTeX syntax:
\begin{figure}
\includegraphics[width=0.5\textwidth]{filename.format}
\end{figure}
[h], [h!], [H]
will be disabled by default.
Code
You can insert code chunks of other programming languages for illustrative purposes. Support for the following languages will be enabled in the next weeks:Language  Code 

Bash Linux  bash 
C/C++  c, cpp 
Java  java 
Julia  julia 
$\LaTeX$  latex 
MATLAB  matlab 
Python  python 
R  r 
Rust  rust 
SQL  sql 
Definitions, theorems and proofs
When writing mathematical documents, one often needs to typeset and enumerate "Definitions", "Theorems", "Axioms" and similar structures. You can do so by using the corresponding environments all of which are listed below.

Typesetting Mathematical Formulae
Inline and display math mode
A mathematical formula can be typeset inline within a paragraph (textstyle), or the paragraph can be broken and the formula typeset separately(display style). Mathematical equations within a paragraph are entered between$
and $
:

Add $a$ squared and $b$ squared to get $c$ squared. Or, using a more mathematical approach: $a^2 + b^2 = c^2$. 
\begin{equation}
and \end{equation}
.

Einstein says \begin{equation} E = mc^2 \end{equation} Yet he didn't say that \begin{equation} 1 + 1 = 2 \end{equation} 

This is text style: $\lim_{n \to \infty} \sum_{k=1}^n \frac{1}{k^2} = \frac{\pi^2}{6}$. And this is display style: \begin{equation} \lim_{n \to \infty} \sum_{k=1}^n \frac{1}{k^2}= \frac{\pi^2}{6} \end{equation} 
Multiline equations
In the most general situation we have a sequence of several equalities that do not fit onto one line. Here we need to work with vertical alignment in order to keep the array of equations in a nice and readable structure.

\begin{align} a & = b + c\\ & = d + e \end{align} 
Short glossary of Math Mode commands
\subsection{The Greek alphabet} \begin{table}[] \begin{tabular}{lll} Capital & Small & $\LaTeX$ \\ $\Alpha$ & $\alpha$ & \textbackslash{}alpha \\ $\Beta$ & $\beta$ & \textbackslash{}beta \\ $\Gamma$ & $\gamma$ & \textbackslash{}gamma \\ $\Delta$ & $\delta$ & \textbackslash{}delta \\ $\Epsilon$ & $\epsilon$, $\varepsilon$ & \textbackslash{}epsilon \\ $\Zeta$ & $\zeta$ & \textbackslash{}zeta \\ $\Eta$ & $\eta$ & \textbackslash{}eta \\ $\Theta$ & $\theta$, $vartheta$ & \textbackslash{}theta \\ $\Iota$ & $\iota$ & \textbackslash{}iota \\ $\Kappa$ & $\kappa$, $\varkappa$ & \textbackslash{}kappa \\ $\Lambda$ & $\lambda$ & \textbackslash{}lambda \\ $\Mu$ & $\mu$ & \textbackslash{}mu \\ $\Nu$ & $\nu$ & \textbackslash{}nu \\ $\Xi$ & $\xi$ & \textbackslash{}xi \\ $\Omicron$ & $\omicron$ & {[}omicron{]} \\ $\Pi$ & $\pi$, $\varpi$ & \textbackslash{}pi \\ $\rho$ & $\rho$ & \textbackslash{}rho \\ $\sigma$ & $\sigma$ & \textbackslash{}sigma \\ $\tau$ & $\tau$ & \textbackslash{}tau \\ $\upsilon$ & $\upsilon$ & \textbackslash{}upsilon \\ $\phi$ & $\phi$ & \textbackslash{}phi \\ $\chi$ & $\chi$ & \textbackslash{}chi \\ $\psi$ & $\psi$ & \textbackslash{}psi \\ $\omega$ & $\omega$ & \textbackslash{}omega \end{tabular} \end{table}$\leq$  $\backslash$leq 
$\geq$  $\backslash$geq 
$\neq$  $\backslash$neq 
$\nleq$  $\backslash$nleq 
$\ngeq$  $\backslash$ngeq 
$\cong$  $\backslash$cong 
$\equiv$  $\backslash$equiv 
$\sim$  $\backslash$sim 
$\approx$  $\backslash$approx 
$\doteqdot$  $\backslash$doteqdot 
$\times$  $\backslash$times 
$\cdot $  $\backslash$cdot 
$\ast $  $\backslash$ast 
$\div$  $\backslash$div 
$\pm$  $\backslash$pm 
$\mp$  $\backslash$mp 
$\bigcirc$  $\backslash$bigcirc 
$\oplus$  $\backslash$oplus 
$\otimes$  $\backslash$otimes 
$\propto $  $\backslash$propto 
$\cdots $  $\backslash$cdots 
$\dots $  $\backslash$dots 
$\because$  $\backslash$because 
$\therefore$  $\backslash$therefore 
$\forall$  $\backslash$forall 
$\exists$  $\backslash$exists 
$\in$  $\backslash$in 
$\subset $  $\backslash$subset 
$\subseteq $  $\backslash$subseteq 
$\varnothing $  $\backslash$varnothing 
$\cap $  $\backslash$cap 
$\cup $  $\backslash$cup 
$\setminus $  $\backslash$setminus 
$\wedge $  $\backslash$wedge 
$\vee $  $\backslash$vee 
$\Rightarrow$  $\backslash$Rightarrow 
$\rightarrow$  $\backslash$rightarrow 
$\mapsto$  $\backslash$mapsto 
\$  $\backslash$\$ 
\%  $\backslash$% 
$\backslash$  $\backslash$backslash 
$\sharp$  $\backslash$sharp 
$\partial$  $\backslash$partial 
$90^\circ$  90$^\wedge\backslash$circ 
$\parallel$  $\backslash$parallel 
$\bot$  $\backslash$bot 
$\triangle$  $\backslash$triangle 
$\nabla$  $\backslash$nabla 
$\square$  $\backslash$square 
$\angle$  $\backslash$angle 
$\Pi$  $\backslash$Pi 
$\Theta$  $\backslash$Theta 
$\Gamma$  $\backslash$Gamma 
$\Delta$  $\backslash$Delta 
$\Omega$  $\backslash$Omega 
$\Sigma$  $\backslash$Sigma 
$\alpha$  $\backslash$alpha 
$\beta$  $\backslash$beta 
$\epsilon$  $\backslash$epsilon 
$\zeta$  $\backslash$zeta 
$\eta$  $\backslash$eta 
$\kappa$  $\backslash$kappa 
$\lambda$  $\backslash$lambda 
$\mu$  $\backslash$mu 
$\xi$  $\backslash$xi 
$\rho$  $\backslash$rho 
$\tau$  $\backslash$tau 
$\phi$  $\backslash$phi 
$\psi$  $\backslash$psi 
$\pi$  $\backslash$pi 
$\theta$  $\backslash$theta 
$\gamma$  $\backslash$gamma 
$\delta$  $\backslash$delta 
$\omega$  $\backslash$omega 
$\sigma$  $\backslash$sigma 
$\infty$  $\backslash$infty 
$f\;' $  f$\backslash$;$\prime$ 
$\int $  $\backslash$int 
$\oint $  $\backslash$oint 
$\mathbb{Z} $  $\backslash$mathbb{Z} 
$\mathbb{R} $  $\backslash$mathbb{R} 
$\mathbb{Q} $  $\backslash$mathbb{Q} 
$\sqrt[3]{2}$  $\backslash$sqrt[3]{2} 
$\frac{2}{3}$  $\backslash$frac{2}{3} 
$\lceil x \rceil$  $\backslash$lceil x $\backslash$rceil 
$\lfloor x \rfloor$  $\backslash$lfloor x $\backslash$rfloor 
$\{ x \}$  $\backslash${ x $\backslash$} 
$\widehat{p} $  $\backslash$widehat{p} 
$\overline{AB} $  $\backslash$overline{AB} 
$\overleftrightarrow{AB} $  {\scriptsize $\backslash$overleftrightarrow{AB} } 
$\overset{\LARGE\frown}{\small{AB}} $  \scriptsize $\backslash$overset{$\backslash$LARGE $\backslash$frown\}{$\backslash$small{AB}} 