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LaTeX rendering wrongly. ">" the problem?

  1. Hi I have $latex \epsilon > 0$ rendering as

    \epsilon > 0.</p> <p>Here: http://mattheath.wordpress.com/2008/06/02/latex/ .</p> <p>Do I have to escape the ">" somehow?

  2. singularcontiguity
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    Not usually. It looks like there are a couple of HTML tags that got dropped into the middle of your $latex ... $ syntax. Try editing in the HTML mode and see if there's some stuff in there that doesn't belong.

  3. That worked. Thanks!

    Not sure what I did. (Incidentally, my original post seems to be nonsense. Thanks for seeing what I meant to ask :))

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