Writing Math Expressions

The Citeations Framework enables you to type mathematical expressions into your Annotations, including terms, expressions, formulas, and equations. For example, typing the point-slope equation of a line between two dollar signs ($),

$y=mx+b$,

yields the math expression.

$y=mx+b$

On every web page at Citeations.com, we include Javascript files from the MathJax Consortium that enable you to include math expressions in your Annotations. For more information, see Licensing and Writing Math Expressions.