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Aug
9
revised How to draw this diagram with minimum effort?
No need to find a bisector of BEA.
Aug
9
revised How to draw this diagram with minimum effort?
Simplifying the expression.
Aug
9
revised How to rotate the label such that its base line is parallel to the bisector?
Simplifying the expression.
Aug
9
comment TikZ: Drawing an arc between two coordinates?
Can you draw an elliptic arc with your method above?
Aug
9
answered TikZ: Drawing an arc between two coordinates?
Aug
9
asked Is it possible to simplify the following expression by defining a global operator?
Aug
9
revised Beginners Guide to PSTricks for TeXShop users for math functions
Changing from -shell-escape to --shell-escape
Aug
9
revised Using TikZ, how to draw an elliptical arc starting from point A to point B with the origin as its center where both radii are given?
Fixing a defect on the tail.
Aug
9
answered What is the simplest way to draw the solution of a simultaneous inequalities using PSTricks?
Aug
9
answered Beginners Guide to PSTricks for TeXShop users for math functions
Aug
9
accepted How to pass PostScript expression to nodesep and offset when using ([…]node) syntax?
Aug
9
comment How to pass the abscissa of a node to the first 2 mandatory arguments of \psplot?
Sorry. How to make \def\f(#1){#1 1 add} usable in \psline(!0 \f(0))?
Aug
9
accepted How to pass the abscissa of a node to the first 2 mandatory arguments of \psplot?
Aug
9
answered How to draw this diagram with minimum effort?
Aug
9
asked How to pass the abscissa of a node to the first 2 mandatory arguments of \psplot?
Aug
9
accepted When using longtable, my table counter starts from 2 rather than 1. Why?
Aug
9
asked When using longtable, my table counter starts from 2 rather than 1. Why?
Aug
8
revised About shorthand \frac
added 3 characters in body; edited tags
Aug
8
revised About shorthand \frac
added 7 characters in body
Aug
8
comment About shorthand \frac
Enclose the \sqrt{2} with {} to make it a single token.