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This is the 11th video in a series of 21 by Dr Vincent Knight of Cardiff University. In addition to including mathematics within a sentence, we can display equations and formulae on their own. In this tutorial we see how to write simple equations, and introduce the commands \frac for fractions and \sum for summations.

To try this for yourself, click here to open the 'Displayed mathematics' example.