Math Examples

Being mainly a demonstration of CSS3 styling of math

William F. Hammond

April 30, 2014

Much credit is due to Frédéric Wang for demonstrating the increased usefulness of CSS at level 3 for styling mathematics. In the case of this document the main purpose is to demonstrate such styling for mathematics under the XML document type (in this case, a LaTeX profile) associated with the URL

http://www.albany.edu/~hammond/gellmu/xml/axgellmu.dtd.

With an XML document type other than the XML form of HTML, a web browser has no built in knowledge of how the markup should be rendered, and, consequently, all rendering of the markup must be supported by CSS, and the CSS resource must be linked from the XML document. Let's see how many interesting examples can be crowded into a page.

C-fns , e=mc2 , eπi=1 , w=xyz , x=b±b24ac2a , x22x34x+1
xmk=xnj12 , αξ+βγξ+δ3 , n21 mod4ifn±1 mod2 , ΔABCΔDEF
r=x12+x22++xn2 , 1+5 2 = 11+ 11+ 11+ = 1+1+1+1+
x2y2 , M M 1 t has order2inGLnR , F 3 2 , z=x+y 2 k+1 , a b2 , nk2
ab cd , et= k=0 tk k! , sinaxcosbx , S curl F · N dσ = S F · T ds
1+tr= k=0 rr1r2rk+1 k! tk , D2y3xDy2=xcosx
fx=13 if 0x123 if 3x40 elsewhere , 0AAA00BBB0
2 x2 + 2 y2 φx+iy2=0 , Hom cd ba X,Y , XfY , XfY , GalQ¯Q
X X¯ X˘ Xˇ X˙ X¨ Xˆ X X , T j1 j2 jq i1 i2 ip , E 2 pq =HpB,HqFH*X
1 1+ e2π5 1+ e4π5 1+ e6π5 = 5 1+534 5125215 5+1 2 e2π5(Ramanujan)