Math Typesetting for the Internet

Math Notation with ASCII:
Examples

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The Usual Way: As ASCII:
sqrt(2)/2
  Sqrt(2)            
  -------  or   sqrt(2)/2
     2             
(pi)r^2
       2
  (pi)r   or  (pi)r^2  or  pi*r^2
x less than or equal to 0
  x <= 0
x goes to infinity
  x --> infinity  or   x --> infty
((A+X)/2 , (B+Y)/2)
   /  A+X     B+Y  \  
  (  ----- , -----  )  or  ((A+X)/2 , (B+Y)/2) 
   \   2       2   /  
sum_{k=0}^{s-1} {n choose k}
   s-1  n
   Sum ( )  or  sum_{k=0}^{s-1} {n choose k} 
   k=0  k
INT[(4-x^2)dx] from -2 to +2
   INT[(4-x^2)dx] from -2 to +2

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