**About**

Mathzetta is a work-in-progress javascript library to convert between various math syntaxes.

**Goals for 2022 include:**

- Parse LaTeX, python, and javascript inputs.
- Handle any math up to Calculus.
- Output to LaTeX, python, and javascript.
- Perform basic arithmetic.
- Easily integrate user inputs.

**Contribute**

The contribution process aims to be different from most OSS projects, so expect this website to evolve over time.
It *should* be super easy to modify the project, test your changes, and submit all from this site.

For now, there is no way to integrate your changes into the project.

**Test**

Input a math expression, LaTeX, python, or javascript. Mathzetta will attempt to convert to LaTeX and then render with KaTeX.

## Click here for some possible inputs.

- Arrays like [[alpha^2,\beta,\Gamma],[sqrt(9),\sqrt[3]{infinity},Math.sqrt(\infty)]] become matrices.
- Derivatives like der(3x^12,x)=der(3x^12)=36x^11.
- Limits with lim(\frac{3x^2}{x^2},x,0,r) \leq \lim(\frac{4x^2}{x^2},x,0,left) \leq \lim(5,t,\infty).

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