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comment Using \displaystyle in Equation environment
Yes. This is what I want. I have sum in the denominator. However, if I use \displaystyle as above, I do get the sum in right form, but I get some extra spacing before and after the equation.
Jul
17
comment Using \displaystyle in Equation environment
Actually, I want to place the \sum within a fraction but I don't like the way that it appears when compiled i.e. the N above it and the i = 1 below it appear as plain superscripts and subscripts respectively but I want them to be directly above and below the "sum of" sign on the top and bottom of the fraction. Normally, if you use \displaymath, then this works fine but I need the equation to be correctly numbered so I need to use it within the \equation environment.
Jul
17
comment Using \displaystyle in Equation environment
\align doesn't work either. Just consider it an equation having only a sum notation with subscript and superscript. Both the scripts are appearing on the lower and upper right sides of the sum notation.
Jul
17
asked Using \displaystyle in Equation environment