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Creating rainbow method for expansion in latex [duplicate]

I am looking to typeset this in latex. Could anyone suggest a method or package that would enable me to do this? Thank you!
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Putting arrows above text [duplicate]

I'm trying to typeset the following (the part in green I'd like to add, but don't know how to: Here's my sample code: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} $$=F_j\underbrace{\frac{\partial G_j}{\...
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How can I draw an arrow from one text element to another? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to draw arrows between parts of an equation to show the Math Distributive Property (Multiplication)? Suppose I have the following text: {A, B, C, D, E} Now I would like ...
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Adding a large brace next to a body of text

I'm writing a short document listing some chronological events. I want to pick out a period with a big brace. Here's a quick mockup: What's the best way to do this? Can I set the size declaratively - ...
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How to draw arrows from cell to cell at the borders of a table

How can I draw arrows from cell to cell at the borders of a table? More precisely I'd like to get something like this: It would be nice to have a solution using TikZ. Edit: Since I have other ...
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Programming TeX macros so that they output instructions to rerun the compilation

This question is motivated by the behavior of the tikzmark macro created by Andrew Stacey, and a recent discussion with David Carlisle on chat. I have noticed that LaTeX code using tikzmark typically ...
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Arrow between parts of equation in LaTeX

I want to make an arrow under an equation pointing from one part of the equation to another. A bit like an underbrace, but with an arrow. How can I do this?
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Draw arrows between elements inside math matrix

I want to make this, without having to do the entire thing in TikZ. I tried this (pst-node), which sort of worked, but then I had to use the Basic Builder and I want to avoid that. Also I tried to ...
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Typesetting email with internet-style quoting using LaTeX?

I'm wondering if there exists a package, that would take so-called Internet-Style Quoted plain text of an email, and format it accordingly for a PDF output. Internet-style quoting is discussed on the ...
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Issues and potentiality of the tikzmark macro: dynamic box adaptation

Since I discovered the tikzmark macro I've been enthusiastic about it. I think that it is possible to distinguish at least two versions of the command: a basic one (two examples: https://tex....
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Inserting an image properly in a table

I'd like to insert those lines that from "Foo" point to the four different rows in the table. I've tries inserting an image but it doesn't come out right (please ignore the bad quality of the ...
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Draw arrows to show multiplication pattern (distributive property)

Based on this question: How to draw arrows between parts of an equation to show the Math Distributive Property (Multiplication)? I got some nice tools for illustrating to my students how to find the ...
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Dashed line doesn't print (TikZ)

I have several graphics which include dashed lines. In the PDF, everything looks exactly as it should. When I print, however, the dashed line disappears completely. What should I do to prevent this? \...
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Better solution to display the Distributive Property

Trying to apply the solution provided for the question How to draw arrows between parts of an equation to show the Math Distributive Property (Multiplication)? I have found a major problem as is shown ...
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1answer
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Highlight a column in equation or math environment

While explaining the idea product of two negative numbers I wanted to highlight a vertical part of the display to emphasize on the factors that are being multiplied by: \documentclass[letterpaper]{...

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