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KaTeX can be used to generate complex math formulas. It supports in-line math using the `\\( ... \\)`

delimiters, like this: \( E = mc^2 \). By default, it does *not* support in-line delimiters `$...$`

because those occur too commonly in typical webpages. It supports displayed math using the `$$`

or `\\[...\\]`

delimiters, like this:

Formula 1: $$ \phi = \frac{(1+\sqrt{5})}{2} = 1.6180339887\cdots $$

Formula 2: (same formula, different delimiter) \[ \phi = \frac{(1+\sqrt{5})}{2} = 1.6180339887\cdots \]

The following are two code samples using syntax highlighting.

Under what circumstances should we step off a path? When is it essential that we finish what we start? If I bought a bag of peanuts and had an allergic reaction, no one would fault me if I threw it out. If I ended a relationship with a woman who hit me, no one would say that I had a commitment problem. But if I walk away from a seemingly secure route because my soul has other ideas, I am a flake?

You can write regular markdown here and Jekyll will automatically convert it to a nice webpage. I strongly encourage you to take 5 minutes to learn how to write in markdown - it’ll teach you how to transform regular text into bold/italics/headings/tables/etc.
Here is some bold text
Here is a secondary heading Here’s a useless table:
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