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Sometimes, this site uses LaTeX typesetting styles, where mathematical expressions are set between dollar signs, $ $, and use the slash escape sequence \ to begin commands. LaTeX is a free way to prepare beautiful documents, both in and out of the sciences. Many, if not all, scientific journals provide a LaTeX style for preparation of submissions.
A note on pronouncement: the trailing X is a greek chi, and makes more of a k sound than a modern x. The a makes the `ah' sound. lah-tek.

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