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In the middle of an equation, I need to write to write a very short equation. When I use

\begin{equation} 
   stuff >= other_stuff power (2)
\end{equation}

I get the equation on the line that follows my phrase (automatic line jump).

How can I write the equation in the middfle of the phrase on the same line ?

Here is the code I used:

Only features with \begin{equation}\chi^2 >=10.83 
\end{equation}  are pre-selected.



Here is the result and I want to avoid it: enter image description here

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    Surround the equation by $...$ or by \(...\) instead of \begin{equation}...\end{equation}. – Charles Staats Jul 8 '14 at 14:31
  • @CharlesStaats Thank you, your solution works. – user50475 Jul 8 '14 at 14:36
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How about

$stuff >= other stuff$

Unfortunately, you won't get an equation number this way...

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