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I am doing a mathematical poster using the \documentclass{sciposter}.

In all of my equations where there are integrals, they appear very small in the poster. My code is the usual

\begin{equation}

.... \int_M .....
\end{equation}

for example. Is this normal ? How can I modify this to have "normal" integrals ?

Here is the exact code I am using:

\begin{equation*}
m_H(N) = \frac{1}{64 \pi^{3/2}}|N|^{1/2} \left( 16 \pi -  \int_{N} H^2 \right),
\end{equation*}

In a normal .tex, this compiles just fine, but now that I am using \documentclass[portrait,a0]{sciposter}, the integrals are smaller than what follows for example.

  • The size of math looks normal relative to that of text. – jak123 Jan 25 '16 at 11:09
  • Welcome to TeX.SX! It looks normal here, can you turn your snippet into a complete example, so that we can copy-paste and compile it directly? – Torbjørn T. Jan 25 '16 at 19:27
  • Does tex.stackexchange.com/questions/252354/… help? – egreg Jan 27 '16 at 8:48
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I just read a similar question on another website and everything turned out perfectly fine if one adds the \usepackage{exscale} which makes everything at the right scale!

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