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1answer
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How to make equations the same size

When I write an equation using the simple \[ and \], it comes out to the correct size, with the fractions bulging above and below the lines and the parentheses surrounding them. But when I use the ...
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1answer
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Multline & Splitfrac

\documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{mathtools} \begin{document} \begin{multline*} -\dfrac{1}{64\pi^2} \left[ \dfrac{ \splitfrac{ ...
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4answers
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Breaking the equation inside a fraction

I am trying to write this equation using the help provided in the link below How to break a long expression in the denominator of a fraction? Still the equation goes outside the margin. I using ...
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2answers
54 views

Multiple lines in equation environment

I have to put an two equations inside one equation environment. I could do it with this piece o code: \begin{equation} \begin{array}{ccl} \nabla \cdot F & = & \left(\frac{\partial}{\partial ...
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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 ...
6
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1answer
237 views

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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4answers
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Align denominator of fraction to left

The highlighted part has the equation centred, which looks rather imbalance with the top equation, is it possible to align the highlighted part to the left? Below is the code I am using. ...
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vote
1answer
176 views

Unsqueeze the fraction

For the LaTeX code below, \begin{equation} Fitness(\CS)= \begin{cases} 0.5 + 0.5 \cdot G(\CS) & if\ V(\CS)=0 \\ 0.5\cdot G(\CS)-\frac{V(\CS)}{V_{Tot}(\CS)} & ...
9
votes
1answer
255 views

How to improve the looks of a fraction?

We may notice that the numerator and denominator in the following fraction are not aligned. And, to me it does not look good. How to align the numerator and denominator? \documentclass{article} ...
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3answers
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Suggestions for splitting a large fractional equation?

I have seen a number of questions detailing specific means for how to break down a given equation, however I am more interested in the design at this point. That is, I'm not sure what part of this ...