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In Latex \"{o} is for two dots above o and \'{o} is for uptone above o. And I am creating a website .html with MathJax for mathematical formulae and equations. But they just show as \"{o} and \'{o}. I am wondering what commands should I use to make them look correct?

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  • Sorry, but questions about MathJax are off-topic on this site. – cfr Sep 11 '17 at 1:42
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I sincerly hope that you are not trying to typeset text with umlauts that way. MathJax is only for mathematical formulae. There you can use \ddot and \acute.

$m \ddot{o} = \acute{F}$

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