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Testing LaTeX

We can have inline maths, like and .

In other words again, .

I'm trying to force this to look like a multline environment, with no luck

Try \begin{align} and \end{align}.

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I'm just adding something to see whether it works, and then to see whether I can manage an inline comment.

I'm doing the same. I'm adding this sentence, so that I can then comment on how deeply unimaginative this sentence is.

 Contributions wanted This section could use additional contributions. Having some more examples here would really help. In particular, we could use an example that uses unimaginary numbers.

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Another commenting test.

A test

This is to see whether I can do nested "add"s.

Article 1 refers to Article 2 which in turn refers to Article 3!

Hmm ... seems not to work. But it should work now!

Wow – that's fantastic. OK I'll see how many levels of nesting there might be.

Article 1 refers to Article 2 which refers to Article 3 which refers to Article 4!

Thanks Alex – I've actually got a use for this ...

I wonder whether I could add a how to use martingales link here

That's fine.

Another experiment.

In the middle of a list, I want Article A

• with a list
• and another heading or two
, Article B, etc.

The next experiment is intended to demonstrate the lists/[add] bug. At least on my Mac, each time I expand and collapse again, I end up with a new set of arrows.

• Article A
• has Article B as a subarticle
A link: techniques for obtaining Estimates.

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How does a bound of exp(c(log n)^{1/2}) ever arise?

Help pages

A link to a page on Wikipedia: History of algebra.

Exercise 1 Exercise test.
Remark A remark

Counting -cosets. A.

Remarks The above remark is rather boring. Also, the exercise is more of a question.
Theorem 1 (Test theorem) Every continuous function satisfies the IVP.

Proof. Let .

Theorem 2 The proof of Theorem 1 is valid.

Proof. See next theorem.

Theorem 3 It would be nice to be able to claim that But can I?

Example 1: Test

Example 1 illustrates a different kind of relativity.

Testing labels with hyphens in them:

As far as I can tell, I'm copying the markup directly from what it says in the formatting page, but it isn't working.

1. First

2. Second

1. Third

2. Fourth

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You can use it to experiment

You can use it to experiment with comments, too.

You can indeed!

You can indeed!

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It certainly is incomplete!

It certainly is incomplete!

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Reusing the unimaginative

Reusing the unimaginative sentence.

or

same with $\lesssim$ and $\gtrsim$

and

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Test comment.