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May
6
comment Longtable not starting immediately after section tittle
You delete your own question if you want.
May
3
comment Pythontex: trying to compile an example I found on TeX
That changed worked for me as well.
May
2
comment why subfigure doesn't occupy the full textwidth
With standard paper and margins, you only have 6.5in of textwidth. So you have have 6.5/5 - 4*(gap distance desired) between each picture for the max width of each picture or some calculation of this nature to determine max size. You can adjust the margins with the geometry.
Mar
23
comment Tikz variant of cancel to
Great answer but is there anyway to just have canceltoSwNe just inherit the environment it is being used in?
Mar
23
comment Tikz variant of cancel to
@Symbol1 \displaystyle can be a short term solution but I would like to see something better.
Mar
22
comment Using cancelto in the cancel package but the arrow is wavy not straight
@DavidCarlisle it should be fine now
Mar
22
comment Using cancelto in the cancel package but the arrow is wavy not straight
@percusse look at the arrow. It definitely isn't a nice straight line no matter the zoom so it isn't an artifact of the pdf viewer which occurs with some instances of LaTeX but disappear when you adjust the zoom.
Mar
2
comment enumitem & cref: referencing different exercises with cref for different chapters
Emacs wasn't issuing a warning at all. This takes care of the issue. Any idea on the question posed as well?
Jan
20
comment Creating a labeled tetrahedron with tikzpicture
I am using your tetrahedron in some solutions I am creating for myself on github. Is there any way you want to be credited or cited? github repo
Dec
8
comment Label four equations on one line
The refstepcounter will keep the lableing indexed properly too, correct (for any new equations after this one)?
Dec
8
comment Label four equations on one line
@Ruben try writing out the equations if you need to prove to yourself there are only 4. They key is that the sum on j is built into i so i = 1 has (y_1 + meq/mb(y_1 + y_2 + y_3 + y_4) + ... That is only equation. Then set i = 2.
Dec
8
comment Label four equations on one line
@egreg is that normal to do?
Dec
8
comment Label four equations on one line
@Ruben no there are 4.
Dec
8
comment Label four equations on one line
I am looking to save space not split it up.
Dec
8
comment Label four equations on one line
@Ruben there is in fact a j. When i = 1, we run the sum through j = 1,..., 4 so when. As i indexes, we pick up equations 2, 3, and 4
Dec
8
comment Label four equations on one line
@barbarabeeton I am sorry but I don't understand what you are asking. Could you perhaps re-phrase it?
Dec
5
comment Tikz: drawing in perspective
@PeterGrill do you have any insight on which method is the one to go with?
Dec
2
comment Alignment of two equations on LaTeX
@barbarabeeton his post on math.stackexchange was off with that code. I didnt check the mathjx formatting. I just assumed a missing or misplaced & when I commented.
Dec
2
comment Alignment of two equations on LaTeX
If you used align and the equations aren't aligning, you have improperly placed the alignment character & or haven't placed it at all.
Dec
2
comment Alignment of two equations on LaTeX
Taking out \label doesn't stop numbering in LaTeX. Maybe on MathJax but this is not the case in general. To stop numbering, one would use \begin{align*} variant.