# About \(m\alef ^tH\) on denenberg.us

**All math on denenberg.us is rendered using Katex**

Here’s some inline \(5x=33x^2-8\pi\) math.

Here’s some display math: $ \int^{88}_\infty \frac{x^2}{\pi^4 x} \dot dx = 4 $

- To write math inline, enclose the math in
`\(`

to start and`\)`

to end. Ex:`\(a=\frac{F}{m}\)`

**Note**that when writing this in Jekyll markdown, you actually have to type 2 backslashes becuase the first acts as an escape character:`\\(a=\frac{F}{m}\\)`

- To write display math, enclose the math in a single dollar sign:
`$a=\frac{F}{m}$`

- Why not 2 dollar signs you ask? It turns out that before Katex can even get to the math, if you are using 2 dollar signs the
**markdown parser turns it into a script tag**…so not ideal.

- Why not 2 dollar signs you ask? It turns out that before Katex can even get to the math, if you are using 2 dollar signs the