# MathJax: Space in Formula

Question by Guest | 2018-09-27 at 22:18

To display formulas on my website properly formatted, I am using MathJax.

The whole thing works wonderfully and the formatted formulas are looking really good. However, now I have the problem that I want to use a space within a formula. It's about things like "Number Of Months". But MathJax always makes "NumberOfMonths" out of it and deletes spaces or does not even show them in the formula. What can I do?

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A space is represented with a tilde ~ in a MathJax formula.So just write in your formula "number~of~months" if you want to have "number of months".

2018-09-28 at 20:16