# Command latexpage

$\LaTeX$ page:

$3^2-2^3=1$

Now a different mode:

$1+2+\ldots+n = \frac{n\cdot(n+1)}{2}$

$1+3+\ldots+(2\cdot n-1) = n^2$

$1^3+2^3+…+n^3 = (1+2+\ldots+n)^2$

## 5 thoughts on “Command latexpage”

1. I didn’t insert any “new line” codes on purpose (in the second multiple line code). Otherwise I was hopelessly hoping that things will work. I don’t see any simple intro to quick latex, a pity! Let’s do it the tried way:

$3^2-2^3=1$

And:

• $1+2+\ldots+n = \frac{n\cdot(n+1)}{2}$
• $1+3+\ldots+(2\cdot n-1) = n^2$
• $1^3+2^3+\ldots+n^3 = (1+2+\ldots+n)^2$
• Let me refresh myself about $\LaTeX$ here–I am afraid I managed to get rusty again. Is it

$\frac 84 = \frac 42 = \frac 21$

??

2. Hm, it was supposed to be a test for a [latexpage] command. If it’s true then my last edit has destroyed this experiment.