1 | initial version |

No you can't. But you can take the output of a sage command and get the latex out of it. To do so right click on the output and then select `Show math as`

-> `tex command`

.

2 | No.2 Revision |

No you can't. But you can take the output of a sage command and get the latex out of it. To do so right click on the output and then select `Show math as`

-> `tex command`

.

You can then paste that latex into the text cell, enclosed within `$`

symbols.

3 | No.3 Revision |

`Show math as`

-> `tex command`

.

You can then paste that latex into the text cell, enclosed within `$`

symbols.

Edit: I forgot to add. You need to either use `view()`

or `pretty_print()`

or enable the Typeset check box to get a typeset output.

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