I just browsed the moodle documentaion on using TeX notation (https://docs.moodle.org/28/en/Using_TeX_Notation) and I found several issues:

- The documentation does not mention the possibility to insert TeX inline using "slash-parenthesis", e.g. \(\frac{a}{b}\). It only mentions the possibility of using `$$`, which always opens a display in a new line.
- At several points the documentation recommends to put ordinary non-escaped text in math displays, e.g.
`$$ If \ \sqrt[n]{1024} \ = \ 4, \ wahat \ is \ the \ value \ of \ n? $$`

$$If \ \sqrt[n]{1024} \ = \ 4, \ wahat \ is \ the \ value \ of \ n? $$

It is one of the first things one learns when learning TeX that one should**never**do this, and so it would be great if the documentation could be changed at this point.