I was wondering if anyone knows if there's a way to write math expressions (formulas, integrals, sums, limits, equations, etc) and have them overlap and be written slanted or upside-down or other ways.

I'd like to create a blank frame surrounded by a mess of mathematical expressions (like some math art) but I haven't found a way to do that without getting a ton of errors and warnings. I'm imagining it to be kind of like a verbatim environment but including overlaps.

One idea I was thinking of was to use Tikz and just draw them in as nodes all over the place which would allow me to position them as I see fit. Do you think this would be the ideal way to achieve what I want, or is there some magical package that does what I'm looking for?

Thanks for any help!

  • Welcome to TeX.SE! Would you like something like this: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/357921/… or this: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/219349/…? – CarLaTeX Jul 26 '19 at 4:26
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    I could be wrong, but it would be better if you try something and then post the code that you tried and the output that you get. Then someone would have a better understanding of what to fix. As it stands this question is too broad. There could be many answers and maybe none of them fit. Not only attempting something would be better for people on SE, it would also help you, understand your problem better. – Duck Dodgers Jul 26 '19 at 8:22

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