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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}


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}


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

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}