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  • How to put a formula into a text (not centralized)?
  • I only know how to use \[...\] that places the formulas centralized, out of text.
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  • Try $...$ instead of \[...\].
    – Roland
    Mar 10, 2021 at 23:43
  • If you are very new to TeX then you can decide if LaTeX is best practice how to use TeX. There are another possibilities: ConTeXt, OpTeX, plain TeX.
    – wipet
    Mar 11, 2021 at 5:18
  • Is your question answered? Mar 12, 2021 at 4:56

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  • It seems like you are very new to LaTeX.
  • I strongly suggest that you read an introduction in LaTeX rather than googling bit by bit, see What are good learning resources for a LaTeX beginner?.
  • Overleaf has a good enough introduction to mathematical expressions, see https://www.overleaf.com/learn/latex/mathematical_expressions.
  • Personally, I recommend reading a recent book about LaTeX when you are starting using LaTeX.
  • Regarding your question, what you are asking for is called inline mode and can be achieved by using the $ command, as in Normal text $a^2+b^2=c^2$ more normal text.
  • The other mode is called display mode (you called it "out of text").

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