1 | initial version |

OK, got it: in sage-code cells you have to ** escape** the backslashen.

Example:

`\frac{a}{b}`

doesn't work, but

`\\frac{a}{b}`

does.

Another example: in an 'aligned' environment you need 4 backslashes to make a linebreak:

```
\\begin{aligned} ... \\ \\ ... \\end{aligned}
```

2 | removed typo |

OK, got it: in sage-code cells you have to ** escape** the backslashen.

Example:

`\frac{a}{b}`

doesn't work, but

`\\frac{a}{b}`

does.

Another example: in an 'aligned' environment you need 4 backslashes to make a linebreak:

```
\\begin{aligned} ... \\ \\ ... \\end{aligned}
```

3 | fixed spelling |

OK, got it: in sage-code cells you have to ** escape** the

Example:

`\frac{a}{b}`

doesn't work, but

`\\frac{a}{b}`

does.

Another example: in an 'aligned' environment you need 4 backslashes to make a linebreak:

```
\\begin{aligned} ... \\ \\ ... \\end{aligned}
```

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