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This app allows you to search for formulas in some of the major mathematical libraries. Write your query in the TeX format with the help of a custom keyboard containing the symbols and operators you may need to assemble your formulas.
The symbols are organized into the following tabs:

-Operators and functions widely used in Calculus.
-Relational operators.
-Arrow operators.
-Greek letters.
-Set operators.
-Trigonometric functions and other operators related to Geometry.
-Logical operators.
-Matrices and systems of equations.
-Ceiling and floor functions, dots, etc.
-A mix of more specific operators and functions, some closely related to the areas of Physics and Chemistry.

After creating your formula in the TeX format, SearchOnMath offers the incredible possibility of finding others similar to it in Wikipedia, MathWorld, DLMF, or PlanetMath! Other libraries will soon join them and enrich even more the content delivered by our search engine.

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P.S. This app does not search in math content forums.

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