# What is MathML in HTML5?

## What is MathML in HTML5?

The MathML stands for Mathematics Markup Language. It is used to represent the mathematical equation or expression in web browsers like other HTML elements. The MathML is supported in the HTML5, all the MathML tag must be used inside the and tags.

## How do I show MathML in HTML?

The HTML syntax of HTML5 allows for MathML elements to be used inside a document using tags. Most of the web browsers can display MathML tags. If your browser does not support MathML, then I would suggest you to use latest version of Firefox.

**Is MathML deprecated?**

The MathML working group is planning to deprecate the element as well as the fence and separator attributes for use on the web. The justification is to simplify web implementations by deprecating MathML features that are redundant.

**Is it possible to use MathML in HTML5?**

The HTML syntax of HTML5 allows for MathML elements to be used inside a document using tags. Most of the web browsers can display MathML tags. If your browser does not support MathML, then I would suggest you to use latest version of Firefox.

### Is there a web browser that can display MathML tags?

Most of the web browsers can display MathML tags. If your browser does not support MathML, then I would suggest you to use latest version of Firefox. Consider, following is the markup which makes use of the characters &InvisibleTimes − This would produce the following result.

### What is the role of Presentation MathML in HTML?

Presentation MathML plays the role of displaying equations on the HTML page and has around 30 elements associated with it. The elements’ names all begin with the letter ‘m’. A Presentation MathML expression is built from tokens in combination with higher level elements, which control their layout.

**Which is the primary element of Content MathML?**

Content MathML focuses on the semantics of the expression rather than its layout. Content MathML’s primary element is the apply element that represents function application. The function is applied to the first child element under the apply tag, and its operands are the remaining child elements.