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November 7th, 2016, 11:56 PM   #11
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Here is additional information for those interested in posting Latex from a computation. Some CAS can automatically convert their outputs into Latex. This is useful if you have some long result that would take a while to type out.

For example, I asked Maxima to solve $\frac{1}{3} \, x^{3} - 2 \, x^{2} + x - 3 = 0$, which includes one real root and two complex roots. I simply selected the real root, right-clicked and copied as Latex to the clipboard, then pasted it here,

x={{\left( \frac{\sqrt{253}}{2}+\frac{19}{2}\right) }^{\frac{1}{3}}}+\frac{3}{{{\left( \frac{\sqrt{253}}{2}+\frac{19}{2}\right) }^{\frac{1}{3}}}}+2

I didn't have to manually type in any Latex at all.
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