Re: A question of displaying an equation
#mathjax
Vincent Chen
Thanks for your instructions!
VIncent


Re: A question of displaying an equation
#mathjax
Delmar Larsen <dlarsen@...>
highlight and erase formatting and see if it fixes itself. You will note that I revamped section 1.1. That is the general format I want you to follow (irrespective of the typesetting of the original content). Delmar
On 3/29/2019 12:35 PM, Vincent Chen
wrote:
I have a question displaying an equation, and I have no diea. Can anyone help me with this?


Re: regarding left and right align
Delmar Larsen <dlarsen@...>
I would use a standard HTML table via the editor toolbar instead
of using mathjax to render the table. On 3/23/2019 9:10 PM, Jing Yue Chen
wrote:
 Delmar Larsen, Ph.D. Founder and Director of the LibreTexts libraries


regarding left and right align
Jing Yue Chen <djychen@...>
Hello, I've attached an image of what I am having trouble with coding below, but in short I'm having trouble achieving both left and right alignment using \hfill. thank you!


Re: trouble getting rid of parenthetical references at the end of multiline equations
Seeburger, Paul (Mathematics)
You can use the \begin{align*} and \end{align*} version to align without the equation numbering.
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Hi all,
I am having trouble with trouble getting rid of parenthetical references at the end of multiline equations. I am using the \begin{align} and \end{align} format for these multiline equations so I can align them by the equal signs on each line, but I can't
get rid of the references and I thought that wasn't supposed to happen as long as I use the \( \) format??


Re: trouble getting rid of parenthetical references at the end of multiline equations
Delmar Larsen <dlarsen@...>
try adding \nonumber or \notag to the latex code
On 3/11/2019 1:17 PM, Jing Yue Chen
wrote:


trouble getting rid of parenthetical references at the end of multiline equations
Jing Yue Chen <djychen@...>
Hi all, I am having trouble with trouble getting rid of parenthetical references at the end of multiline equations. I am using the \begin{align} and \end{align} format for these multiline equations so I can align them by the equal signs on each line, but I can't get rid of the references and I thought that wasn't supposed to happen as long as I use the \( \) format??


Re: autonum & Templates
#Formatting
#referencing
#templates
#Equations
Dorte Madsen
Hi Bob,


Re: display error
#mathjax
Dorte Madsen
Also note that \displaystye should not be used here, find details on when to use that code here (section "when editing math pages") https://chem.libretexts.org/Courses/Remixer_University/LibreTexts_Construction_Guide/06%3A_Adding_and_Editing_Equations


Re: display error
#mathjax
Dorte Madsen
Hi Diana,
The (%) confuses things, I think. I am not sure what you goal is but try \[\text{Output Gap (%)} = \frac {Y  Y_P}{Y_P} \times \:100\]
and let me know if that is what you are after


autonum & Templates
#Formatting
#referencing
#templates
#Equations
Robert Belford
I have some questions dealing with autonum and thought I'd post them to the forum. Bob


display error
#mathjax
djychen@...
Hello, I am having trouble getting an equation to display correctly, and I don't know whether it's a site error or my own mistake in the code. I have attached images of my code and the display below. Thank you! my code: \[\text{Output Gap}(%) = \displaystyle\frac {Y  Y_P}{Y_P} \times \:100\] view the image for the displayed code. Respectfully, Diana


Re: Bordermatrix Function
Dorte Madsen
Hi Alexandra,
Try this: \begin{array}{lrl} {} & {b} & {c} \\ {1} & {(2} & {3)}\end{array} Dorte


Re: Bordermatrix Function
Delmar Larsen <dlarsen@...>
Alexandra: This may help: Delmar On 3/4/2019 2:28 PM,
aamilkey@... wrote:
Does the LibreText site have a way to label columns and rows on matrices? The site didn't seem to support the version of the bordermatrix function that I found online:  Delmar Larsen, Ph.D. Founder and Director of the LibreTexts libraries


Bordermatrix Function
aamilkey@...
Does the LibreText site have a way to label columns and rows on matrices? The site didn't seem to support the version of the bordermatrix function that I found online:
\bordermatrix{ ~ & b & c \cr
1 & 2 & 3 } Based on what I found online, it should produce a matrix that looks like this. Thank you! Alexandra


Re: latex/mathjax formatting hint
#Equations
aamilkey@...
Thank you!


Re: latex/mathjax formatting hint
#Equations
Josh Halpern
Try \left \right\rangle as in \left \dfrac{a}{b} \right\rangle Josh Halpern
On 20190222 14:25, aamilkey@... wrote:


Re: latex/mathjax formatting hint
#Equations
aamilkey@...
Is there a way to make /left and /right work for Dirac braket notation instead of using \big?


latex/mathjax formatting hint
#Equations
Delmar Larsen <dlarsen@...>
Another typesetting right. In mathjax/latex, instead of using \bigg for surrounding expressions, it is best to user \left and \right. For example, use \[\left[ \theta + \frac{ \pi}{2} \right] \] instead of \[\bigg[ \theta + \frac{ \pi}{2} \bigg]\] This is because \bigg doesn't scale very well to different sizes. Regards, Delmar Delmar Larsen, Ph.D. Founder and Director of the LibreTexts libraries


Re: Page Indexing Error
#Formatting
Delmar Larsen <dlarsen@...>
That is because the page is not rendered correct below. All that
white space means your HTML is screwy and thus mathjax does not
render properly (even if written correctly) above. On 2/19/2019 9:56 PM,
qdnguy@... wrote:
My page index is returning an error even though the title appears to be normally formatted. I recall a message about this issue, but the solution included in the previous message isn't solving the issue.  Delmar Larsen, Ph.D. Founder and Director of the LibreTexts libraries

