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Some Stack Exchange sites, such as Math and Physics, allow LaTeX equations for rendering in questions and answers. For example, writing

$\frac{f_{MHz}}{300} \times \frac{1}{2.54}$

would result in (approximately)

 f
  MHz     1
----- * -----
 300    2.54

Since it's easy to conceive of amateur radio-related questions which include math in the question as well as in the answers, it seems like having access to this feature would be a really nice thing on ham.SE.

How does the community feel about having that feature enabled?


...and then we end up with question titles like...

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Some Stack Exchange sites, such as Math and Physics, allow LaTeX equations for rendering in questions and answers. For example, writing

$\frac{f_{MHz}}{300} \times \frac{1}{2.54}$

would result in (approximately)

 f
  MHz     1
----- * -----
 300    2.54

Since it's easy to conceive of amateur radio-related questions which include math in the question as well as in the answers, it seems like having access to this feature would be a really nice thing on ham.SE.

How does the community feel about having that feature enabled?

Some Stack Exchange sites, such as Math and Physics, allow LaTeX equations for rendering in questions and answers. For example, writing

$\frac{f_{MHz}}{300} \times \frac{1}{2.54}$

would result in (approximately)

 f
  MHz     1
----- * -----
 300    2.54

Since it's easy to conceive of amateur radio-related questions which include math in the question as well as in the answers, it seems like having access to this feature would be a really nice thing on ham.SE.

How does the community feel about having that feature enabled?


...and then we end up with question titles like...

enter image description here

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Do we want We'd like math support? enabled

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