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How to reduce the size of fractions typed in align environment?

When digit fractions align environment, this goes with a size \displaystyle. But I want the size is like the one shown in a paragraph. I tried with \scriptstyle but I get letters too small and the ...
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votes
2answers
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Color fraction bar

What would be the easiest way to create a fraction whose bar can be coloured as desired? I know one can use the \genfrac{left-delim}{right-delim}{thickness}{mathstyle}{numerator}{denominator} command ...
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3answers
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Guidelines for typesetting fractions

I realize that this question is to some extent subjective. However, I suspect that there are some common standards regarding how fractions ought to be typeset in mathematics. The guide Mathematical ...
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1answer
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Create multiline fraction

How to create an equation like in the image below. I tried to use \cfraq and \hline but with no success. I am asking for the layout only, not the formulae.
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votes
1answer
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Underlining fractions

I need to be able to underline equations involving fractions, which are aligned using the alignedat environment from amsmath. To be able to underline at all, I'm using the solution from this question ...
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votes
2answers
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Line spacing with inline formula including fraction

I have a fraction in an inline formula as can be seen in the picture. \dfrac from the amsmath package was used. (This is article class with 14pts and linespread 0.9.) Though the space between the ...
3
votes
1answer
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Displaying numbers above each other (like a fraction), but without horizontal line and with less vertical space between them

I want to have a 2x2 matrix of arrows (\uparrow and \downarrow) to illustrate electronic spins. I've managed to get a fraction without the horizontal line using \genfrac, but I can't figure out how to ...
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votes
3answers
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Keep numerator inline with rest of equation

In the following example, I would like to to keep the Q''(p) on the same line as the rest of the equation, and put the vinculum and 2 underneath. \documentclass[12pt,reqno]{amsart} ...
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votes
2answers
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How to stop fractions in display equations from running into each other?

Is there some standard way to create multiple display equations like the following without having to use: \renewcommand*{\arraystretch}{2} (so that the two rows in the second equation don't get ...
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votes
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How to properly subscript in a superscripted fraction?

the title says it all. It attached a MWE to display the different relative sizes of a subscript within a normal fraction and a superscripted fraction. As you can see, in the superscripted fraction the ...