# Math Formulas (TeX)

Here's a sample formula you can use to give it a try:

f(x) = \int_{-\infty}^\infty

\hat f(\xi)\,e^{2 \pi i \xi x}

\,d\xi

- \( inline math here \)

- \[ display math here \]

- $$ display math here $$

The \( \) wrapper renders your math inline with no line break, while \[ \] and $$ $$ both show math in "display" mode on its own line.

**Inline math**

It's also possible to include math inline as part of a text block. To do this, you'll need to wrap your formula with one of the following delimiters:- \( inline math here \)

- \[ display math here \]

- $$ display math here $$

The \( \) wrapper renders your math inline with no line break, while \[ \] and $$ $$ both show math in "display" mode on its own line.