# Latex in content sink?

Is there a way to use latex to display math type in a content sink. (see screen shots).

Thank you,
Dave

Totally. Put backticks around the math and double up on all of your backslashes

Could you show me an example?

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Got it!
Thank you Jay!

For your example, x^2-6x+8 and -\\frac{b}{2a}should work.

Not sure if you can copy/paste this since I added some extra \ to escape the formatting in this window.

The most foolproof way to make it work is to:

1. go into the graphing calculator and type in the expression you want.
2. Copy the line and paste it into your script.
3. Wherever you see a \ add another one (i.e. turn \frac{}{} into \frac{}{})
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