## My First Web Page: Lesson 3: Adding Beautiful Mathematics to Your Web Page

Create Your Own Live Mathematics and STEM Web PagesMathJax: Beautiful Mathematics in all Browsers

MathJax Basic Tutorial and Quick Reference

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- Introduction: A Sampler
- Lesson 2: Styles and Layout
- Lesson 3: Adding Beautiful Mathematics to your web page
- Lesson 4: Interacting with your web page
- Lesson 5(a): Adding a GeoGebra Applet
- Lesson 5(b): Adding a Geometry Expressions Applet
- Lesson 6(a): Creating a GeoGebra Assessment Task
- Lesson 6(b): Creating a Geometry Expressions Assessment Task
- Lesson 7: Interacting with Third Party Apps
- Lesson 8: JavaScript, STEM and Internal Device Sensors
- Lesson 9: JavaScript, STEM and GPS
- Lesson 10: Adding Web Bluetooth Support (1): Talking to your SensorTag
- Lesson 11: Adding Web Bluetooth Support (2): Talking to your LaunchPad
- Lesson 12: Introduction to HTML Graphics: Canvas

Introduction: Some Thoughts about Input and Output of MathematicsThe focus of this series of lessons is on learning to create live web pages based upon two key elements: mathematics (in particular) and STEM (in general). While we have seen that it is relatively easy to add text of all sorts to your web page using HTML, mathematical notation, unsurprisingly, presents its own very special set of problems.

Getting Started with MathJax

MathQuill: A Beautiful Way to Enter Your Mathematics

Symbols, Sums and More...

A little Calculus...

Continued Fractions...

Matrices...

Explore the Mathematics: Play with Continued Fractions

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Some to Try...

Explore these features and more: MathJax Basic Tutorial and Quick Reference

Take some time toplaywith the code and study the effect - as always, you will learn best bydoing.

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