# Testing MathJax

### Maxwell's equations in flat spacetime

This $\alpha$ is an example of inline \( \LaTeX \NNN \). More below:

\[

L = - \frac{1}{4} F_{\mu \nu} F^{\mu \nu}

\]

\[
F*{\mu \nu} = \partial*{\mu} A*{\nu} - \partial*{\nu} A_{\mu}
\]

$$ \partial^{\mu} F_{\mu \nu} = 0 $$

$$ \epsilon^{\rho \mu \nu} \partial*{\rho} F*{\mu \nu} = 0 $$

$$ \alpha \beta \gamma \delta \epsilon $$

### Some tips:

- When using LaTeX equations (not inline), put them inside
`<div></div>`

. That should take care that the markdown processing doesn't interfere with intended equations. That is how this page works. - Need a good solution for what to do with inline math. I wonder if it makes sense to preprocess with something like
`tex4ht`

or`itex2mml`

before the markdown processor gets its hands on the content :-?