@alexdbolton \(\mathrm{e}^{x-1}\)

@ColinTheMathmo I've think I'm using \param instead of \epsilon (and set the value of \param in the preamble) because I've already swapped notation: it's typical to use \(\gamma\) for the parameter in question, but I noticed after draft 1 I was already using \(\gamma\) for something else. Let's hope I remembered this and used \param everywhere...

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This has to be the weirdest setting for a sci-fi novel. This plot synopsis is so bizarre!

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@bmreiniger @chalkdustmag Hmm, that looks like it might be an improvement. I'll check the code I used to find the shortest route and get back to you...

@btcprox \(\mathbb{X}\times\mathsf{X}=\mathrm{X}\)

Mathematical fact made entirely of straight lines (based on @Pecnut's idea):

\(\left|\frac{\mathsf{\Xi}}{|\mathsf{\Xi}|}\right|=1\)

@christianp How about \(v\), \(u\), \(\nu\), and \(\upsilon\)?

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@mscroggs Yep that's why I was wandering if you considered these x's different variables or not. If you are, that actually defines a plane in 3 dimensions!

The absolute worst way to write a simultaneous equations question:

\({\color{yellow}x} + {\color{blue}x} = {\color{green}x}\)

\({\color{green}x} + {\color{blue}x} = 4{\color{yellow}x}\)

\({\color{yellow}x} + {\color{green}x} = 3{\color{blue}x}+1\)

Find \(\color{yellow}x\), \(\color{blue}x\), and \(\color{green}x\).

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