# How can I format the formula

Hi I need to give the syntax of a formula as a figure. How can I format it

\begin{figure}[h]
Formula $\to$ PrimitiveFormula $\vert$ (Formula Connective Formula)
$\vert \neg$ Sentence $\vert$ Quantifier Variable Formula
Primitive Formula $\to$ Predicate(Term,\cdots ,Term)
\end{figure}


• I figured that I could use a table . It seems much simpler than using spaces and indentation for the formula as a figure. – GermanShepherd Dec 18 '14 at 6:33
• Did you mean to write table or tabular? Note that in LaTeX parlance, tables and figures are both "floating objects". Either one could be used, in principle, to house the formula. – Mico Dec 18 '14 at 6:40
• I don't think having the alternative  directly below the arrows is good formatting; they are "one nesting depth in". I'd indent them a bit more. – Raphael Dec 18 '14 at 17:08

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