# Testing dollar signs and MathJax

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# Testing dollar signs and MathJax.

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MathJax block:
$$a^2+b^2=c^2$$
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MathJax block:

$$a^2+b^2=c^2$$```
MathJax $N^2$ inline in a sentence.
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MathJax $N^2$ inline in a sentence.

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Describing a dollar amount $200 without accidentally invoking MathJax.
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Describing a dollar amount $200 without accidentally invoking MathJax.

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Describing two dollar amounts $400 and $600 accidentally invokes MathJax.
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Describing two dollar amounts $400 and $600 accidentally invokes MathJax.

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Invocation suppressed with a double backslash before the first dollar sign \\$400 and $600.
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Invocation suppressed with a double backslash before the first dollar sign \$400 and $600.

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Describing three dollar amounts \\$400 and \$600 and $800 requires double backslash before the first, single backslash before the second, and nothing for the third.
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Describing three dollar amounts \$400 and \$600 and $800 requires double backslash before the first, single backslash before the second, and nothing for the third.

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Describing four dollar amounts \\$400 and \$600 and \\$800 and $1000 requires double then single then double then none.
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Describing four dollar amounts \$400 and \$600 and \$800 and $1000 requires double then single then double then none.

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Accepting MathJax and using it to display dollar amounts $\$400$ and $\\$600$ still requires different numbers of backslashes for each dollar sign.
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Accepting MathJax and using it to display dollar amounts $\$400$ and $\$600$ still requires different numbers of backslashes for each dollar sign.

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