When a fraction is used in a
matrix environment, not enough vertical space is put between the rows. Wikibooks recommends using the
\em command, but this seems like an inelegant solution. Is there an elegant solution?
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If you use an
and tweak it to whatever you would like. I have loaded the
One approach is to add extra space between specific lines, with an optional argument to
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In plain-tex format at least,
So it would seem logical to define a macro
so that one could do:
(Note that there is no