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This is the 10th video in a series of 21 by Dr Vincent Knight of Cardiff University. Being able to write and display clear mathematics is one of the great features of LaTeX. It's really easy to get started, and in this video Vince shows you how to write inline mathematics (mathematics within a sentence) in LaTeX documents. In the next tutorial we'll see how to display equations and formulae on their own.

To create your own editable copy of the example shown in this video, click here to open the 'Inline mathematics' example.

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