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QA How to express these symbols "( ){ }[ ]⟨ ⟩" in English? and in Chinese?

They are all brackets. ( ){ }[ ]⟨ ⟩ in English: (   ) round brackets or Parentheses {   } curly brackets or Braces [   ] square brackets or Brackets <> angle brackets or Chevrons.Chinese is not that there are no other names for these symbols, but that these are the most commonly used. ...

2020-11-12 18:46:24

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OR [Tutorial] Step by step teaches you how to use Mathjax3.0 (Part 2)

Why didn't I mention this method before? That's because the previous display was in a separate line, to be precise, in a separate p tag. And if you need to fill in a formula in the middle of the text, in order not to be confused with other symbols, it usually starts and ends with ...

2020-11-12 18:20:33

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OR [Tutorial] Step by step teaches you how to use Mathjax3.0 (Part 1)

As you can see, the drawing of a mathematical formula starts with parentheses, and "\" is an escape character. In other words, you must start with "\(" or "\[" and end with "\)" or "\]". The "{" and "\{" will not be escaped and will only be output normally. "(" will only have one line ...

2020-11-12 16:57:29

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QA What is Benford's law?

For numbers in natural form, the probability of the first digit being 1 is about 30%, and the probability of 2 being 17.6%, decreasing in order. The probability of the first digit being 8 and 9 is only 5.1% and 4.6% respectively. ...

2020-11-12 11:03:04

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OR Mathjax3.0 数学公式HTML渲染插件测试

基本上,我还是比较担心,引入的样式会和我的样式冲突。 目前没有发现问题,一旦发现问题,我就准备撤销引用,改CKEditor直引 ...

2020-06-23 08:30:06

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