# LibreOffice Math Examples

The following is a list of sample formulas in **LibreOffice Math**.

## Contents

# Symbols with Indices

The following example explains how to create symbols with indexes in **LibreOffice Math**. You can copy this example to the **Commands** window by using the clipboard and use it in your own formula.

# Symbols with Indices

Here is another example of creating symbols with indexes in **LibreOffice Math**. You can copy this example to the **Commands** window using the clipboard and use it in your own formula.

# Symbols with Indices

A third example of how to use **LibreOffice Math** to create symbols with indexes is shown below. You can copy the example into the clipboard and use it in your own formula in the **Commands** window.

# Matrix

Here is an example of how to create a matrix with **LibreOffice Math**. If you want to use the example in your own formula, you can copy it to the **Commands** window using the clipboard.

# Matrix with Varying Font Sizes

Here is an example of how to create a matrix with varying font sizes in **LibreOffice Math**. You can copy this example to the **Commands** window using the clipboard and use it in your own formula.

# Matrix in Bold Font

Here is an example of how to create a bold font matrix in **LibreOffice Math**. You can copy this example to the **Commands** window using the clipboard and use it in your own formula.

# Functions

Here is an example of how to create functions with **LibreOffice Math**. If you want to use the example in your own formula, copy it to the **Commands** window using the clipboard.

# Square Root

Here is an example of how to create a square root with **LibreOffice Math**. If you want to use the example in your own formula, copy it to the **Commands** window using the clipboard.

# Integral and Sum Ranges, Font Size

Here is an example of how to use various fonts and font sizes within a formula in **LibreOffice Math**.

# Attributes

This section contains an example of how you can use different attributes in a formula in **LibreOffice Math**.