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Questions tagged [mathjax]

MathJax programming puzzles have solutions that are automatically rendered anew each time they are browsed. (MathJax is Puzzling's on-site facility for displaying mathematics and is capable of much more.)

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MathJax exposed

  WARNING   $ \color{red}{\boxed{\boxed{ \sf ~~{ \large N \, S \, F \, P \rlap{\small P\&CG~SE} }~~~ \huge\raise-.2ex\...
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Starring MathJax

Twinkle, Twinkle, little star... Having enjoyed @Humn's recent MathJax puzzles (MathJax exposed and MathJax re-flex), I decided to contribute some of my own. This one is a classic $\rm\TeX$ exercise,...
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MathJax re flex

MathJax mirror on the wall, what is the fairest code of all? Let’s find the minimal replacement for (replace this line) in the following MathJax code ...
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MathJax looks kool

(This puzzle relies on familiarity with MathJax, the mathematics renderer that is automatically available for use in answers here at Puzzling Stack Exchange. Examples and more information can be found ...
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MathJax: ones and zeros

Do or do not, there is no try.     — Yoda Here is another MathJax puzzle. The Starring MathJax puzzle involved handling numbers in MathJax, even though there are no count registers or ...
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Dragons: Myth or MathJax?

Ever use MathJax to display mathematical expressions?   Expressions related to fractals? Ever used it to display fractals themselves?!   The time has come. These fractals are based on the ...
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MathJax minus 1

(This puzzle relies on familiarity with MathJax, the mathematics renderer that is automatically available for use in answers here at Puzzling Stack Exchange. Examples and more information can be found ...