
Brace Symbol Covering Several Lines of Equations
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#mathjax
That worked perfectly! Thank you very much!
That worked perfectly! Thank you very much!

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Lapon Visitvoranat
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Brace Symbol Covering Several Lines of Equations
#Equations
#mathjax
This post had a solution that worked when I tested it: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/3412813/multilinebraceineqnarray/3413228 You can use something like this: \[ \left. \begin{array}{c} x \\
This post had a solution that worked when I tested it: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/3412813/multilinebraceineqnarray/3413228 You can use something like this: \[ \left. \begin{array}{c} x \\

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smmuller@...
· #551
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Brace Symbol Covering Several Lines of Equations
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#mathjax
How can I place a brace symbol on the right covering several lines of equations? I tried using \begin{cases} and \end{cases} but that adds the brace symbol on the left. I changed it to \begin{rcases}
How can I place a brace symbol on the right covering several lines of equations? I tried using \begin{cases} and \end{cases} but that adds the brace symbol on the left. I changed it to \begin{rcases}

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Lapon Visitvoranat
· #550
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Labeling equations with multiple lines
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Sounds good!
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Christina Yeo
· #166
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Labeling equations with multiple lines
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Leave it for now. This is a little tricky.
Leave it for now. This is a little tricky.

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· #165
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Labeling equations with multiple lines
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This worked but it labels every line of the equation instead of just the last one. Would this be a problem or is it okay? Thank you for your help!
This worked but it labels every line of the equation instead of just the last one. Would this be a problem or is it okay? Thank you for your help!

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Christina Yeo
· #164
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Labeling equations with multiple lines
#Equations
Try \begin{align} instead.
Try \begin{align} instead.

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· #158
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Labeling equations with multiple lines
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I was trying to label and reference an equation with multiple lines that I formatted using \begin{aligned}, \end{aligned}, and \\ & but it didn't work out. This is what it looks like once I hit save.
I was trying to label and reference an equation with multiple lines that I formatted using \begin{aligned}, \end{aligned}, and \\ & but it didn't work out. This is what it looks like once I hit save.

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Christina Yeo
· #157
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Labeling Equations
#Formatting
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Thank you so much!
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Christina Yeo
· #47
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Labeling Equations
#Formatting
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Strange, I thought I replied to this already but it doesn't seem to show so my apologizes if this ends up being a double answer: Yes, please DO change the format to the Libretexts format. Part of the
Strange, I thought I replied to this already but it doesn't seem to show so my apologizes if this ends up being a double answer: Yes, please DO change the format to the Libretexts format. Part of the

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Dorte Madsen
· #46
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Labeling Equations
#Formatting
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When I add a displayed formula ($$...$$), libretexts labels the equation automatically for me, but it's different from the labels in the original textbook and I'm not sure if that's okay and how to ch
When I add a displayed formula ($$...$$), libretexts labels the equation automatically for me, but it's different from the labels in the original textbook and I'm not sure if that's okay and how to ch

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Christina Yeo
· #45
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autonum & Templates
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#referencing
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Hi Bob, a) The formatting difference is because the automatic numbering uses the format from the title. The first example you use has the (correct) title format "11.2: IonDipole Forces" while the sec
Hi Bob, a) The formatting difference is because the automatic numbering uses the format from the title. The first example you use has the (correct) title format "11.2: IonDipole Forces" while the sec

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Dorte Madsen
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autonum & Templates
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#referencing
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I have some questions dealing with autonum and thought I'd post them to the forum. (a) Why does the first page below show the Figure format of 11.2.2 , https://chem.libretexts.org/Courses/University_o
I have some questions dealing with autonum and thought I'd post them to the forum. (a) Why does the first page below show the Figure format of 11.2.2 , https://chem.libretexts.org/Courses/University_o

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Robert Belford
· #23
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latex/mathjax formatting hint
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Thank you!
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aamilkey@...
· #18
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latex/mathjax formatting hint
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Try \left \right\rangle as in \left \dfrac{a}{b} \right\rangle Josh Halpern
Try \left \right\rangle as in \left \dfrac{a}{b} \right\rangle Josh Halpern

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Josh Halpern
· #17
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latex/mathjax formatting hint
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Is there a way to make /left and /right work for Dirac braket notation instead of using \big?
Is there a way to make /left and /right work for Dirac braket notation instead of using \big?

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aamilkey@...
· #16
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latex/mathjax formatting hint
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Another typesetting right. In mathjax/latex, instead of using \bigg for surrounding expressions, it is best to user \left and \right. For example, use \[\left[ \theta + \frac{ \pi}{2} \right] \] inste
Another typesetting right. In mathjax/latex, instead of using \bigg for surrounding expressions, it is best to user \left and \right. For example, use \[\left[ \theta + \frac{ \pi}{2} \right] \] inste

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· #15
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MathPix to making Equation Construction EASY
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Dear Developers: Want to make your typesetting easier? For those of you working with projects requiring typesetting equations, it should be clear to you that this is the limiting factor in harvesting/
Dear Developers: Want to make your typesetting easier? For those of you working with projects requiring typesetting equations, it should be clear to you that this is the limiting factor in harvesting/

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