Questions formatted in LaTeX are easier to read, but not everyone who has permission to review a question/answer knows how to do it (maybe I am an "outlier" here, but not sure).

Are there any instructions on CV about how do it?
Like when you post a commentary and it appears _ _ for italic, and etc.

Reflection: There are many ways to learn how do it, for example, clicking on "edit" button on a LaTeX formatted question to see how is done, or just looking on internet.
Nevertheless, I think if CV provided information on this topic, more users would feel encouraged to help on this task.


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Here are some options that I know of:


Probably the easiest option is offered in the Operations Research site's MathJax FAQ:

How do I use MathJax on this site?

That answer lists three tools, the last one, MathPix, will convert a PDF to MathJax. After conversion little or no editing is required.

OR's FAQ isn't as huge as the one at Math.SE, but it is probably closer to statistics than the ones offered at Quantum Computing or other sites. If CV creates their own MathJax FAQ (which they should) they can provide links to the other sites MathJax FAQs at the end of the answer.


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