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Hiding and unhiding math text

Can Latex be used to type a math article containing invisible proofs, each of which becomes visible under the relevant theorem when a button or link is clicked?
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1answer
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Problem combining fouriernc with tgschola

I have recently found out that tgschola and fouriernc actually have different font sizes (at least on my MiKTeX installation). 12pt fouriernc seems to be roughly equivalent to 11.2pt tgschola. The ...
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What package is used with \up in beamer [closed]

I am using k\up{ème} in beamer. It does not work. I think that It lack some package. Description of k\up{ème}: ème should be up of k See my preamble: \usepackage[applemac]{inputenc}%les accents ...
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Drawing parse trees [duplicate]

I'm trying to draw parse trees for mathematical expressions such as (x + (y - z)). When I google for parse trees in LaTeX, all I get are packages that produce an output similar to the style of this ...
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Latex packages / templates for maths exercises [duplicate]

I'm enrolled in a mathematics course where we are supposed to return our solutions to weekly exercises as PDF files. There seems not to be any general official guidelines other than "it's legible", ...
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(Nonfatal but Symptomatic) Conflict of amsmath and mathstyle Packages

This was brought to my attention by our colleague, Lover of Structure, but since it affects my scalerel package (which began using the mathstyle package to detect the current math style, as of version ...
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Is there a package for doing this in LaTeX?

I'd like to do something like this What would be the code? does it use a package for doing the $$f\mapsto f\circ \pi$$ part?
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Shortcuts and/or user-defined shortcuts for math symbols in LaTeX?

I am very new to being able to use LaTeX to type up mathematical papers, and I just got my "system" set up. Currently I have installed TexWorks, and MikTex, and I have put together a 'hello world' ...
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Latex packages in Wordpress [closed]

Is it possible to use any package in a wordpress.com blog? I see in http://en.support.wordpress.com/latex/ that wordpress uses the packages amsmath, amsfonts and amssymb, but if I want, e.g., to make ...
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Description Logic symbols in LaTeX [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to look up a symbol? I need to get symbols of description logic names looking like at the picture: Should I use some special font for this purpose, and which one? ...
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Behaviour of the align environment

I'm writing a manuscript with long equations. In order to break the equations I prefer the align environment, provided by the amsmath package, over the eqnarray one. In the below example I show the ...
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Typesetting permutations with latex

I split the question into two parts and included some answers. 1. Alternatives to the permute-package The permute-package is very old (version 0.2, 1999) and can lead to problems in connection with ...
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beamer over miktex 2.9 is not working with math environment

I have this problem where I can't built slide documents with beamer every time I include a math environment as simple as $\mu = A$. The log file posts this message at the end: !pdfTeX error: ...
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Multivariate polynomial long division using LaTeX

How do I typeset polynomial long division using multiple variables in LaTeX? I am hoping to be able to do polynomial long division using 2 or more divisors. Currently, the packages I am using are: ...
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Which packages/practices are relevant for writing Structured Derivations? (similar to Dijkstra's calculational style of proofs)

Does anyone know of any packages that support this style of writing proofs? The only things that I've found are: tex-ewd, a bunch of plain TeX macros on CTAN written specifically with Dijkstra in ...
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Vertical addition and multiplication and long division

Is there in existence packages that recreate the following environments: Some of the above have been discussed like in the How to present a vertical multiplication but what I am interested in is if ...
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Math mode commands with more semantics?

I accustomed myself to define my own little macros for any mathematical expression I use frequently. For example, I have a macro for the expected value of a random variable: ...
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Turn off locally one package

In the following code, I would like to show two different formatting styles: one using the package nath output, and another showing the default output. How can I do that? % Source : ...
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1answer
602 views

Using exscale package

How to use exscale package for mathematical expressions to enlarge? \documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{exscale} \begin{document} I need the big font \[ ...
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1answer
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Writing (mixed) tensors

Does anybody know about a specific package for handling tensors? Consider, for example, a contraction of the type ...
9
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Decimal Long Division

Does anyone know of a package or macro that handles decimal long division? For example, I want to convert 3/8 to a decimal and show all of the steps. I found a macro for longdiv that works great for ...
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What library do I have to use such that the document can render \lt and \gt as less than and greater than signs, respectively?

\documentclass{article} %\usepackage{amsmath} It does Not work ! \begin{document} \[ x\lt y \gt z \] \end{document} What library do I have to use such that the document can render \lt and \gt as ...