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Please help me to write down the codes for the LaTeX platform.

I have written that

$t=
\begin{Young} 
$1$&$3$&$7$\cr
$4$&$5$\cr
$2$&$6$\cr
\end{Young}$

but it is not working!

  • Welcome to TeX.SE!! What have you tried so far? Please update your question with an MWE so we can help you better. – manooooh Jan 11 at 16:10
  • I have only written the codes for young tableaux.. – user454229 Jan 11 at 16:11
  • 1
    @user454229 Anything you have tried will help us answer your question easier. – JouleV Jan 11 at 16:12
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    please, provide complete small document beginning with \documentclass, with preamble needed to compile your code fragment and ended with \end{dcocement} – Zarko Jan 11 at 16:20
  • But what will be the codes? – user454229 Jan 11 at 16:21
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Here is a solution using the ytableau package:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{ytableau}

\begin{document}
\ytableausetup{centertableaux}
$
t=
\begin{ytableau}
  1 & 3 & 7 \\
  4 & 5     \\
  2 & 6
\end{ytableau}
$
\end{document}

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When reading the youngtab package document, I see this in the beginning (page 2)

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Maybe you get trolled, because the youngtab package doesn't provide the Young environment!

I continue reading and simply find a solution:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage[vcentermath]{youngtab}
\begin{document}
$t=\young(137,45,26).$
\end{document}

enter image description here

  • thanks for helping. Now it is working. – user454229 Jan 11 at 16:31

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