# 3.4. Lists¶

## 3.4.1. Enumerated¶

Code Meaning
\begin{enumerate}
\item pencil
\item paper
\item calculator
\item ruler
\item notebook
\begin{enumerate}
\item assessments
\begin{enumerate}
\item tests
\item quizzes
\end{enumerate}
\item homework
\item notes
\end{enumerate}
\item graph paper
\end{enumerate}


Enumerated list:

• Numbered list (first level)
• Alphabetical list (second level)
• Roman numeral list (third level)

## 3.4.2. Itemized¶

Code Meaning
\begin{itemize}
\item pencil
\item paper
\item calculator
\item ruler
\item notebook
\begin{itemize}
\item assessments
\begin{itemize}
\item tests
\item quizzes
\end{itemize}
\item homework
\item notes
\end{itemize}
\item graph paper
\end{itemize}


Itemized list:

• Round bullets (first level)
• Minus sign (second level)
• Star (third level)

## 3.4.3. Labelled¶

Code Meaning
\begin{enumerate}
\item[Commutative] $a+b=b+a$
\item[Associative] $a+(b+c)=(a+b)+c$
\item[Distributive] $a(b+c)=ab + ac$
\end{enumerate}

Labelled list (name in square brackets) - right justified labels