This week in math I learned about LateX coding.

LateX coding is used for math and when I am for example posting on my blog instead of having 2/3 I can actually have a fraction by adding the proper code. you can do this for exponents, mixed fractions, regular fractions, you can also change the color and size also this can be used for trig functions (sin, tan, cos).

you start off your code by typing in $ latex (without a space between the dollar sign and latex) and you end it off with a $ in between you put in your variables.

So example for exponents: using lateX coding not using: 2^3