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I am having trouble fitting this matrix into a page.

A little help would be appreciated. Thanks!

Here is the matrix

\begin{equation}\label{matrix}
  \bbordermatrix
   { M = &  S_0        &  S_1    &   \dots   &  S_{E-RP} &  \dots &  S_{E-EP} &  \dots &     S_{full} \cr
S_0 & -\xi^0_RP &  \xi^0_RP  &   \dots   &   0  &  \dots &  0 &  \dots &  0  \cr
S_1 &  \xi^{rx}_{RP}&  -(\xi^1_{RP}+  \xi^{rx}_{RP}) &  \dots  &  0 &   \dots &  0 &  \dots &  0   \cr
\vdots &  \vdots &     \vdots      &   \vdots     &    \ddots   &    \vdots    &    \ddots  &    \vdots     &   \vdots               \cr
S_{RP} & \xi^{rx}_{RP} & 0 &   \dots    &   -(\xi^{RP}_{RP}+\xi^{rx}_{RP}+\xi^{rx}_{EP})& \dots & 0 & \dots      &  0  \cr
\vdots &  \vdots &  \vdots &   \vdots   &   \ddots    &   \vdots &  \ddots  &   \vdots & \vdots  \cr
S_{EP} & \xi^{tx}_{EP} & 0 & 0 & 0  &  \ddots   &  -(\xi^{RP}_{RP}+\xi^{rx}_{RP}+\xi^{rx}_{EP})     &  \dots      &  0    \cr
\vdots &  \vdots & \vdots   &  \vdots  &   \ddots & \vdots  &  \ddots  &  \vdots & \vdots \cr
S_{full} & 0 & 0 &  \dots & 0 & \dots &  0 & \dots  &-(\xi^{rx}_{RP}+\xi^{rx}_{EP}+\xi^{tx}_{RP}+\xi^{tx}_{EP}) \cr
                  %NS_{\gamma} &0 & 0 &   0    & 0  &   \ddots      & -(\lambda^{rx}_S+  \lambda^{tx(EP)})      \cr
                  %S_{\gamma-1} & 0 &0 &    \dots    &  \lambda^{NS_j}_S    & \dots      & 0  \cr
                  %NS_{\gamma} &0 & 0 &   0    & 0  &   \ddots      & -(\lambda^{rx}_S+  \lambda^{tx(EP)})      \cr
            }
\end{equation}
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    welcome to tex.se! that we can see, if your matrix fit in page or not, you need to provide more information: used document class, width of text area, ... the best in form of small but complete document beginning with \documentclass and ending with \end{document}. – Zarko Apr 30 at 9:00
  • it seems that in your matrix two columns are repeated. check it again! – Zarko Apr 30 at 9:13
  • @Zarko thank you for the input. I got the problem fixed. Thanks a lot. – user2769349 May 2 at 1:47

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