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The original ideas were collected during the ~~problem sections~~ in the [[http://aragorn.pb.bialystok.pl/~piotrgr/BanachCenter/meeting.html | Workshop on Radicals of Rings and Related Topics]], held from August 2 to August 8, 2009, at the [[http://www.impan.gov.pl/EN/ | Stefan Banach International Center]] in Warsaw, Poland.

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The original ideas were collected during the Problem Sections in the [[http://aragorn.pb.bialystok.pl/~piotrgr/BanachCenter/meeting.html | Workshop on Radicals of Rings and Related Topics]], held from August 2 to August 8, 2009, at the [[http://www.impan.gov.pl/EN/ | Stefan Banach International Center]] in Warsaw, Poland.

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In this site, you will find some open problems in the Radical Theory. There are links to comments and works related to the problems. History of the problems may be given, or linked to. The original ideas were collected during the problem sections in the [[http://aragorn.pb.bialystok.pl/~piotrgr/BanachCenter/meeting.html | Workshop on Radicals of Rings and Related Topics]], held from August 2 to August 8, 2009, at the [[http://www.impan.gov.pl/EN/ | Stefan Banach International Center]] in Warsaw, Poland. We hope that this will give the new comers to the field some specific goals to work on, as well as remind those already here in the field what we have been looking for.

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In this site, you will find some open problems in the Radical Theory. There are links to comments and works related to the problems. History of the problems may be given, or linked to.

The original ideas were collected during the problem sections in the [[http://aragorn.pb.bialystok.pl/~piotrgr/BanachCenter/meeting.html | Workshop on Radicals of Rings and Related Topics]], held from August 2 to August 8, 2009, at the [[http://www.impan.gov.pl/EN/ | Stefan Banach International Center]] in Warsaw, Poland.

We hope that this will give the new comers to the field some specific goals to work on, as well as remind those already here in the field what we have been looking for.

The original ideas were collected during the problem sections in the [[http://aragorn.pb.bialystok.pl/~piotrgr/BanachCenter/meeting.html | Workshop on Radicals of Rings and Related Topics]], held from August 2 to August 8, 2009, at the [[http://www.impan.gov.pl/EN/ | Stefan Banach International Center]] in Warsaw, Poland.

We hope that this will give the new comers to the field some specific goals to work on, as well as remind those already here in the field what we have been looking for.

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In this site, you will find some open problems in the Radical Theory. There are links to~~ many~~ comments and works related to the problems. History of the problems may be given, or linked to. The original ideas were collected during the problem sections in the [[http://aragorn.pb.bialystok.pl/~piotrgr/BanachCenter/meeting.html | Workshop on Radicals of Rings and Related Topics]], held from August 2 to August 8, 2009, at the [[http://www.impan.gov.pl/EN/ | Stefan Banach International Center]] in Warsaw, Poland. We hope that this will give the new comers to the field some specific goals to work on, as well as remind those already here in the field what we have been looking for.

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In this site, you will find some open problems in the Radical Theory. There are links to comments and works related to the problems. History of the problems may be given, or linked to. The original ideas were collected during the problem sections in the [[http://aragorn.pb.bialystok.pl/~piotrgr/BanachCenter/meeting.html | Workshop on Radicals of Rings and Related Topics]], held from August 2 to August 8, 2009, at the [[http://www.impan.gov.pl/EN/ | Stefan Banach International Center]] in Warsaw, Poland. We hope that this will give the new comers to the field some specific goals to work on, as well as remind those already here in the field what we have been looking for.

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In this site, ~~we list~~ some open problems in the Radical Theory. There are links to many comments and works related to the problems. History of the problems may be given, or linked to. The original ideas were collected during the problem sections in the [[http://aragorn.pb.bialystok.pl/~piotrgr/BanachCenter/meeting.html | Workshop on Radicals of Rings and Related Topics]], held from August 2 to August 8, 2009, at the [[http://www.impan.gov.pl/EN/ | Stefan Banach International Center]] in Warsaw, Poland. We hope that this will give the new comers to the field some specific goals to work on, as well as remind those already here in the field what we have been looking for.

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In this site, you will find some open problems in the Radical Theory. There are links to many comments and works related to the problems. History of the problems may be given, or linked to. The original ideas were collected during the problem sections in the [[http://aragorn.pb.bialystok.pl/~piotrgr/BanachCenter/meeting.html | Workshop on Radicals of Rings and Related Topics]], held from August 2 to August 8, 2009, at the [[http://www.impan.gov.pl/EN/ | Stefan Banach International Center]] in Warsaw, Poland. We hope that this will give the new comers to the field some specific goals to work on, as well as remind those already here in the field what we have been looking for.

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Welcome to <b>RadicalPage!</b>

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Welcome to the <b>RadicalPage!</b>

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In this site, we list some open problems in the Radical Theory. There are links to many comments and works related to the problems. History of the problems may be given, or linked to. The original ideas were collected during the problem sections in the ~~Workshop on Radicals of Rings and Related~~ Topics, held from August 2 to August ~~7~~, 2009, in Warsaw, Poland. We hope that this will give the new comers to the field some specific goals to work on, as well as remind those already here in the field what we have been looking for.

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In this site, we list some open problems in the Radical Theory. There are links to many comments and works related to the problems. History of the problems may be given, or linked to. The original ideas were collected during the problem sections in the [[http://aragorn.pb.bialystok.pl/~piotrgr/BanachCenter/meeting.html | Workshop on Radicals of Rings and Related Topics]], held from August 2 to August 8, 2009, at the [[http://www.impan.gov.pl/EN/ | Stefan Banach International Center]] in Warsaw, Poland. We hope that this will give the new comers to the field some specific goals to work on, as well as remind those already here in the field what we have been looking for.

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In this site, we list some open problems in the Radical Theory. There are links to many comments and works related to the problems. History of the problems may be given, or linked to. The original ideas were collected during the problem sections in the Workshop on Radicals of Rings and Related Topics, held from August 2 to August 7, 2009, in Warsaw, Poland. We hope that this will give the new comers to the field some specific goals to work on, as well as remind those already here in the field what we have been looking for.

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In this site, we list some open problems in the Radical Theory. There are links to many comments and works related to the problems. History of the problems may be given, or linked to. The original ideas were collected during the problem sections in the Workshop on Radicals of Rings and Related Topics, held from August 2 to August 7, 2009, in Warsaw, Poland. We hope that this will give the new comers to the field some specific goals to work on, as well as remind those already here in the field what we have been looking for.

Please click on a topic on the left to go to the problems.

Please click on a topic on the left to go to the problems.

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Welcome to <b>~~RadicalWiki~~!</b>

~~This wiki uses PmWiki. More information about PmWiki is available from http://www~~.~~pmwiki.org .~~

The [[PmWiki/basic editing]] page describes how to create pages

in PmWiki. You can practice editing in the ~~[[wiki sandbox]].~~

Click on a topic on the leftto ~~go to the topic.~~

<b>When edit, you can type in TeX formula:</b>

* [=$TeX_formula$=] for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in TeX,

~~* [=$$TeX_formula$$=] for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=]~~ in ~~TeX~~,

~~* [=\%label, TeX_formula\%=], for labeled displayed equations,~~

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the ~~page as an anchor~~ to ~~the equation.~~

For example, ~~[=$A_B$=] produces $A_B$, [=$$A_B+C$$=] produces ~~

$$A_B+C,$$

and [=\%eq1, A_B+C.\%=] produces

\%eq1, A_B+C.\%

Now [=EQ(eq1)=] can be used to refer to EQ(eq1).

The [[PmWiki/basic editing]] page describes how to create pages

in PmWiki. You can practice editing in

Click on a topic on the left

<b>When edit, you can type in TeX formula:</b>

* [=$TeX_formula$=] for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in TeX

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on

For example

$$A_B+C,$$

and [=\%eq1, A_B+C.\%=] produces

\%eq1, A_B+C.\%

Now [=EQ(eq1)=] can be used to refer to EQ(eq1)

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Welcome to <b>RadicalPage!</b>

In this site, we list some open problems in the Radical Theory. There are links to many comments and works related to the problems. History of the problems may be given, or linked to. The original ideas were collected during the problem sections in the Workshop on Radicals of Rings and Related Topics, held from August 2 to August 7, 2009, in Warsaw, Poland. We hope that this will give the new comers to the field some specific goals to work on, as well as remind those already here in the field what we have been looking for.

In this site, we list some open problems in the Radical Theory. There are links to many comments and works related to the problems. History of the problems may be given, or linked to. The original ideas were collected during the problem sections in the Workshop on Radicals of Rings and Related Topics, held from August 2 to August 7, 2009, in Warsaw, Poland. We hope that this will give the new comers to the field some specific goals to work on, as well as remind those already here in the field what we have been looking for.

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<b>~~You~~ can type in TeX formula:</b>

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Welcome to <b>MathWiki!</b>

This wiki uses PmWiki. More information about PmWiki is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .

This wiki uses PmWiki. More information about PmWiki is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .

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* [=$TeX_formula$=] for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in TeX,

* [=$$TeX_formula$$=] for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in TeX,

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Welcome to ~~PmWiki~~!

A local copy of PmWiki's

documentation has been installed along with the software,

and is available via the [[PmWiki/documentation index]].

To continue setting up PmWiki, see [[PmWiki/initial setup tasks]].

A local copy of PmWiki's

documentation has been installed along with the software,

and is available via the [[PmWiki/documentation index]].

To continue setting up PmWiki, see [[PmWiki/initial setup tasks]].

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$$A_B+C,$$

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* [=\[latex_formula\]=] for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex,

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* [=\%label, latex_formula\%=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex_formula\%=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex_formula\%=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex_formula\%=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex_formula\%=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex_formula\%=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex_formula\%=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex_formula\%=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex_formula\%=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

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$$A_B,$$

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\%eq1, A_B.\%

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* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

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* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

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* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

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* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

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* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

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* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex_formula\%=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex_formula\%=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex_formula\%=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex_formula\%=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex_formula\%=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex_formula\%=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

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* [=~~\( ~~latex_formula \)=], for inline equations, like $~~ ~~a+b~~ ~~$ or [=\(~~ ~~a+b~~ ~~\)=] in latex

* [=~~\[ ~~latex_formula \]=], for displayed equations, like $$~~ ~~a+b~~ ~~$$ or [=\[~~ ~~a+b~~ ~~\]=] in latex

* [=

to:

* [=$latex_formula$=] or [=\(latex_formula\)=], for inline equations, like [=$a+b$=] or [=\(a+b\)=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

* [=$$latex_formula$$=] or [=\[latex_formula\]=], for displayed equations, like [=$$a+b$$=] or [=\[a+b\]=] in latex

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For example, [=\(A_B\)=] produces ~~\(~~A_B~~\)~~, [=\[A_B\]=] produces

~~\[~~A_B,~~\]~~ and [=\%eq1, A_B.\%=] produces

to:

For example, [=\(A_B+C\)=] produces $A_B+C$, [=\[A_B\]=] produces

$$A_B,$$ and [=\%eq1, A_B.\%=] produces

$$A_B,$$ and [=\%eq1, A_B.\%=] produces

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For example,

[=\~~[~~A_B\]~~=]~~ produces \[A_B,\] and [=\%eq1, A_B.\%=] produces

to:

For example, [=\(A_B\)=] produces \(A_B\), [=\[A_B\]=] produces

\[A_B,\] and [=\%eq1, A_B.\%=] produces

\[A_B,\] and [=\%eq1, A_B.\%=] produces

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* [=\%label, latex_formula~~%~~\=], for labeled displayed equations,

to:

* [=\%label, latex_formula\%=], for labeled displayed equations,

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* [=\( latex ~~formula ~~\)=], for inline equations, like $ a+b $ or [=\( a+b \)=] in latex

* [=\[ latex~~formula ~~\]=], for displayed equations, like $$ a+b $$ or [=\[ a+b \]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex~~ ~~formula%\=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=\[ latex

* [=\%label, latex

to:

* [=\( latex_formula \)=], for inline equations, like $ a+b $ or [=\( a+b \)=] in latex

* [=\[ latex_formula \]=], for displayed equations, like $$ a+b $$ or [=\[ a+b \]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex_formula%\=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=\[ latex_formula \]=], for displayed equations, like $$ a+b $$ or [=\[ a+b \]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex_formula%\=], for labeled displayed equations,

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[=\[A_B\]=] produces \[A_B,\] and [=~~{~~%eq1, A_B.%~~}~~=] produces

to:

[=\[A_B\]=] produces \[A_B,\] and [=\%eq1, A_B.\%=] produces

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* [=~~{$~~ latex formula ~~$}~~=], for inline equations, like ~~\(~~ a+b ~~\) in latex~~

*[=~~{%label, latex formula%}~~=]~~, for ~~\~~begin{math} like~~ equations,

*

to:

* [=\( latex formula \)=], for inline equations, like $ a+b $ or [=\( a+b \)=] in latex

* [=\[ latex formula \]=], for displayed equations, like $$ a+b $$ or [=\[ a+b \]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex formula%\=], for labeled displayed equations,

* [=\[ latex formula \]=], for displayed equations, like $$ a+b $$ or [=\[ a+b \]=] in latex

* [=\%label, latex formula%\=], for labeled displayed equations,

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[=~~{$~~A_B~~$}=~~] produces ~~{$~~A_B~~$}~~, and [={%eq1, A_B.%}=] produces

~~{~~%eq1, A_B.%~~}~~

to:

[=\[A_B\]=] produces \[A_B,\] and [={%eq1, A_B.%}=] produces

\%eq1, A_B.\%

\%eq1, A_B.\%

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[={$A_B$}=] produces {$A_B$}, and [={%eq1, A_B%}=] produces

to:

[={$A_B$}=] produces {$A_B$}, and [={%eq1, A_B.%}=] produces

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Latex formula ~~use~~:

to:

Latex formula usages:

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{$~~A_B~~$}

to:

Latex formula use:

* [={$ latex formula $}=], for inline equations, like \( a+b \) in latex

* [={%label, latex formula%}=], for \begin{math} like equations,

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

For example,

[={$A_B$}=] produces {$A_B$}, and [={%eq1, A_B%}=] produces

{%eq1, A_B%}.

Now [=EQ(eq1)=] can be used to refer to EQ(eq1).

* [={$ latex formula $}=], for inline equations, like \( a+b \) in latex

* [={%label, latex formula%}=], for \begin{math} like equations,

* [=EQ(label)=] can be used anywhere on the page as an anchor to the equation

For example,

[={$A_B$}=] produces {$A_B$}, and [={%eq1, A_B%}=] produces

{%eq1, A_B%}.

Now [=EQ(eq1)=] can be used to refer to EQ(eq1).