This is my code:

```
\begin{equations}
\begin{align}
\lamba = \frac{x}{2}
\end{align}
\end{equations}
```

But `\lamba`

appears just as a blank space.

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# [Tex/LaTex] How to insert Greek letters (having trouble with \greekletter)

greek

This is my code:

```
\begin{equations}
\begin{align}
\lamba = \frac{x}{2}
\end{align}
\end{equations}
```

But `\lamba`

appears just as a blank space.

## Best Answer

You would find comprehensive documentation online about typesetting equations. You can also Google for examples, you'll find several examples along with explanation. One such compilation is by Stefan M. Moser.

Below is a MWE to help you get started.

You would have to use the

`amsmath`

package.To typeset inline equations, you may use the LaTeX shorthand

`\(...\)`

or the Tex shorthand`$...$`

. For numbered equations, you would have to use the`equation`

environment. See below for examples: