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How to reduce margins inside the equation environment?

do you know a way to reduce margins inside the equation environment to be sure that a very long equation fits in a line (I have already reduced the fontsize of the equation)? Thanks here my code: ...
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Inline and display equation font size

I need the display equation fontsize 1pt smaller than the normal text, but inline equation remain same as text font size. how to handle this in latex anyone help on this thanks in advance
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1answer
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Changing font size in equations changes superscript size in text (LATeX)

I used \DeclareMathSizes{12}{20}{14}{10} to make my equations larger than the default output of LATeX (the parameters mean, as far as I understand, {font size}{equation regular text size}{equation ...
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3answers
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Larger font size in math display equation environment?

Consider the following MWE: \documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{graphicx} % \scalebox % defaults seem to be: pslatex.sty:103: \DeclareMathSizes{12}{12}{9}{7} % NB: ...
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Font issue with overline in equation

I have the following code, which produces different font sizes, when an overbar is included to the variables. \documentclass[11pt]{article} \begin{document} \begin{eqnarray*} ...
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1answer
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how to correctly display “deutsche Schreibschrift” in equations

It's possible to use the so-called "Suetterlin" (or deutsche Schreibschrift?) fonts in latex, see http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.comp.tex.german/15805 I find these fonts correspond more to what ...
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Change the size of only a part/subset of a single equation

For example, I'd like to do: $Q^{r<1}$ but with the r<1 having a much smaller font size than the Q. Of course r<1 will naturally have a smaller size since it is a superscript, but I want ...
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equations that are too large to fit on one line

I have an equation that is too long to fit on one line: x = a + b + c + d + e + f as an example of what it looks like. What is the correct way to handle this? Do i break it up over multiple lines? ...
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Prevent equation labeling to change sizes

Everytime i change equation font size using \footnotesize the label (for example (3.12)) on the right side also changes its size. Is tere a way to change equation font size but not its label font ...
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1answer
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I need to reduce the fontsize of only one equation/formula because it's too long

\begin{equation} \left| Y(j \omega) \right| = \sqrt{\frac{\omega^2 \left( C\ped{DC} + C\ped{eq} \right)^2 + \omega^4 \left[ \left( R\ped{eq} C\ped{eq} C\ped{DC} \right)^2 - 2 \left( C\ped{DC} + ...
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1answer
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Why is \Cline increasing the font size in my equations?

The Problem When I use \Cline to underline a symbol in my equation, it increases the font size of that symbol. Edit: I don't want this to happen, rather, I would like all of my subscripts to be the ...
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1answer
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Size Math font – Define different sizes for Display and Text Equations globally

I have a rather long document with plenty of maths and equations. As the equations are quite long I have chosen to use 8pt for equations in the display mode instead of the 10pt normal size. ...
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Specify font and font size for equations and math mode? [closed]

I am using a class file that defines commands to change the font and font sizes for normal text for different sections of the document, but it leaves the math mode and equation font and font sizes ...
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1answer
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Altering fontsize in equations globally

I am trying to typeset all formulas in an article using \small font. If I use \DeclareMathSizes{9}{8}{6}{4}, then the size of in-line math in regular text is also changed. However, I want to redefine ...
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3answers
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Equal font sizes in equation while using Beamer

This is a follow-up question to Equations, change the font size I was trying to have equal font sizes in equations like the ones in the above link. Using \DeclareMathSizes{display size}{text ...
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3answers
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Reducing font size in equation

I wanted to type an equation in LaTeX. But it is too long to fit into one line. It involves big arrays with many columns so I cannot split it. I wanted to reduce the font size so that it can fit in ...
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6answers
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Setting a single equation in a paragraph in a smaller font

I'm trying to figure out the best way of making a single equation just a little bit smaller. Of course, I could try and break up the equation into pieces and proceed that way, but I'd like to ...
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Change font size of an align environment

In a document, I'd like to change the font size of a single align environment (not globally throughout the document). What is the proper way to do this? I've been using Preceding paragraph. {\tiny ...
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2answers
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Use of \small in the equation environment

My equations are a little too large for the normal eqnarray environment, so I've been using the \small delimiters around the \begin{eqnarray} ... \end{eqnarray}. Unfortunately, this causes the the ...
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4answers
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How can I change the font size in math equations?

I find that whenever I'm typing some equations into a document, and the equation gets a bit complex (let's say a fraction in a parentheses, squared, inside a square root, inside a fraction), the ...
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3answers
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Make equations large

I'm including some equations in my document, but want them to appear very large. I have them in display mode, as opposed to inline mode, but can't seem to find any way to make them larger. I've tried ...