Originally Posted by

**darkk_blu**
How can I do dy/dx or integral signs for BOS LaTeX? Is it [tex] dy/dx [tex] ?

For dy/dx, just do it using a fraction. Code to type a fraction in LaTeX is shown below.

Code:

[tex.] **\frac{a}{b}** [/tex.]

produces

.

i.e. you write "\frac{a}{b}".

So to get dy/dx, the code is \frac{dy}{dx}.

For an integral sign:

Code:

[tex.] **\int f(x) dx** [/tex.]

produces

.

(As usual, exclude the red full stops from the TeX tags.)

Also, you may find this site helpful: http://www.codecogs.com/latex/eqneditor.php . It lets you click buttons to obtain mathematical expressions, and then produces the LaTeX code for it for you.

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