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## Math formula

Anything between two `$`

characters will be treated as TeX
math, for example,
. For
display math, use `$$`

delimiters.

## Numbering and referencing

For any real number , we have The equation is the power series definition of the exponential function, and the equation is known as Euler’s formula.

## LaTeX package

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`tikz-cd`

package:

## Theorem-like environment

No three positive integers , , and satisfy the equation for any integer value of greater than .

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## Bibliography

Einstein’s journal paper (Einstein 1905) and Dirac’s book (Dirac 1981) are physics-related items.

## Reference

*The Principles of Quantum Mechanics*. International Series of Monographs on Physics. Clarendon Press.

*Annalen Der Physik*322 (10): 891–921.