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How do I make this expression in one line?

(too long for a comment, hence posted as an answer) There seems to be no problem displaying the formula on a single line when using the article document class, Computer Modern text and math fonts, and ...
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How to enlarge "fourier" font to match "utopia" package

From the manual: “The widespace option offers those who find Utopia's default space too narrow a larger space between words.” So simply load the package as \usepackage[widespace]{fourier}
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Why can't LaTeX (seem to?) Support Arbitrary Text Sizes?

The original TeX fonts aren’t just scaled up or down. They’re redesigned at each size. Here we see Computer Modern at 6pt and 12pt, scaled to the same height: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{...
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Why can't LaTeX (seem to?) Support Arbitrary Text Sizes?

9pt for 9pt as the normal type size 10pt for 10pt as the normal type size 11pt for 11pt as the normal type size 12pt for 12pt as the normal type size 14pt for 14pt as the normal type size1 17pt for ...
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Why can't LaTeX (seem to?) Support Arbitrary Text Sizes?

Memoir now offers additional sizes. From memoir.cls: \DeclareOption{9pt}{\renewcommand*{\@ptsize}{9}\renewcommand*{\@memptsize}{9}} \DeclareOption{10pt}{\renewcommand*{\@ptsize}{0}\renewcommand*{\@...
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