This guide will briefly demonstrate how to use Latex in the Jupyter Notebook.

**What is MathJax?Â **

MathJax is a JavaScript cross-browser library that displays mathematical or scientific notations in web browsers using Latex andÂ MathML markup. You do not need to install or download extra plugins so that it helps you to write web documents and include mathematics using JavaScript.

Before preparing the document in the Latex syntax in the Jupyter notebook, make sure that MathJax should be included in your python environment. You can include the MathJax in your python environment by using the pip or npm package manager as follows:

Below, some Latex notations and their purpose are demonstrated that we will implement in Jupyter Notebook for writing mathematical equations:

**Latex notations for writing Mathematical Equations**

First, select the markdown cells in the jupyter notebook. Now, use dollar symbols $$, to start and end the mathematics mode in the Jupyter notebook.

**Add basic Math equations**

The following notations help you to write basic mathematical equations in Latex jupyter notebook:

- In math mode, use \, symbol to add a little spacing.
- For adding a new line, use \\
- For displaying fraction values, use \frac{value 1}{value 2}
- For superscripts or power, use ^{}
- For adding subscripts or indices, use _{}
- For taking square root of a value, use \sqrt{n}{value}

By using the above Latex notations, we have written the following mathematical equations:

\frac{a+b}{X+Y} , x^4, e^{i\pi} , X_i , Y_{ij}\\ \sqrt[4]{5}

$$

**Output**

**Add Roman Letters**

To add roman letters in Jupyter notebook, use the following symbols:

\sin(-\alpha)=-\sin(\alpha)\\

\arccos(x)=\arcsin(u)\\

\log_n(n)=1\\

\tan(x) = \frac{\sin(x)}{\cos(x)}

$$

**Output**

**Add Greek Letters**

To add greek letters in an equation, use \ and type the name of the Greek letter. Some greek letters are available in both capital and lowercase. To include the capital greek letter, type the first letter after \ symbol in uppercase as follows:

\sigma, \Sigma \\ |

\delta, \Delta \\ |

\omega, \Omega \\ |

\gamma, \Gamma \\ |

\Lamda, \Lambda \\ |

**Output**

See the following examples that will elaborate how to write Greek letters in Jupyter notebook using Latex:

\alpha = \frac{2\pi}{3}\, rad , \pi = 3.14

$$

**Output**

4\omega = 3\pi f ,

f = \frac{2c}{\lambda} ,

\Delta_\pi=\theta^3+\lambda ,

\Delta = \frac{1}{\lambda^3}

$$

**Output**

**Add Sets and Logics**

To add sets and logical symbols in jupyter notebook, use the following notations:

**Output**

Type the â€˜\â€™ and then write the name of the notation as follows:

**Add Derivatives and Integrals**

To add integrals and derivatives using Latex in the jupyter notebook, use the following symbols:

f^{(k)}(x) \\

\frac{\partial f}{\partial x} \\

\frac{\partial^{k} f}{\partial x^k} $$

$$\int_{a}^b f(x)dx \\

\int_{a}^b\int_{c}^d f(x,y)\,dxdy \\

\iiint \\

\oint$$

**Add Curly Braces**

We can also add vertical and horizontal curly braces using Latex in the jupyter notebook. To start the left curly brace, use the following attribute:

To close the vertical curl brace use

$$

sign(y) = \left\{

\begin{array}\\

2 & \mbox{if } \ y \in \mathbf{Z}^* \\

0 & \mbox{if } \ y = 0 \\

-2 & \mbox{else.}

\end{array}

\right.

$$

\\

$$

\left.

\begin{array} \\

\beta^2 = \sqrt4 \\

\beta \geq 0

\end{array}

\right \} \beta = 5

$$

**Output**

For horizontal brace, use the following attributes:

\underbrace{\ln \left( \frac{3}{4} \right)}_{\simeq -0.1456}

< \overbrace{\exp (3)}^{\simeq 6.8390}

$$

**Output**

**Add Matrix**

We can add different types of matrices using Latex in the jupyter notebook.

For adding plain matrices:

5 & 4 & 3\\

x & y & z

\end{matrix}

For round brackets:

5 & 4 & 3\\

x & y & z

\end{pmatrix}

For pipes:

5 & 4 & 3\\

x & y & z

\end{vmatrix}

For curly brackets:

1 & 2 & 3\\

x & y & z

\end{Bmatrix}

**Output**

**Add Function Limits**

To apply a limit function, use the â€˜\limitâ€™ inside the dollar symbol. The following notations mostly used for writing function Limits:

$$\max_{y \in [a,b]}f(y)$$

$$\min_{y \in [\alpha,\beta]}f(y)$$

**Output**

**Add Sum and Product**

To add sum and product functions using Latex in jupyter notebook, use the following notations:

For Sum rule:

For adding Product rule

**Output**

**Conclusion**

We have explained how to use Latex in a Jupyter notebook. We have seen how different notations help us write the mathematical equations in a Jupyter notebook. We explored almost all attributes that are used in Latex for writing scientific and mathematical equations. Always select the markdown cells option to write all Latex notations in the Jupyter notebook.