
LaTeX packages
#mathjax
I looked into it a little more: xparse: The xparse package isn't on the list of LaTeX packages supported by Mathjax, and the actual command we need from it, \DeclareDocumentCommand, isn't in the list
I looked into it a little more: xparse: The xparse package isn't on the list of LaTeX packages supported by Mathjax, and the actual command we need from it, \DeclareDocumentCommand, isn't in the list

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smmuller@...
· #723
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LaTeX packages
#mathjax
The book I'm currently harvesting uses a couple LaTeX packages for its MathJax equations that LibreTexts doesn’t. It uses xparse to define commands with optional arguments, bussproofs to display proof
The book I'm currently harvesting uses a couple LaTeX packages for its MathJax equations that LibreTexts doesn’t. It uses xparse to define commands with optional arguments, bussproofs to display proof

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smmuller@...
· #719
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Referencing internal objects
#mathjax
#referencing
I always do this: I'm reading your response more carefully now and I think it is exactly what I need. Thanks.
I always do this: I'm reading your response more carefully now and I think it is exactly what I need. Thanks.

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L. Glen
· #711
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Referencing internal objects
#mathjax
#referencing
Thanks Delmar, it might. Does this only work on the same page as the referenced item or can I reference a different page in the book this way? As to your other comment, if "pure" HTML will do the job,
Thanks Delmar, it might. Does this only work on the same page as the referenced item or can I reference a different page in the book this way? As to your other comment, if "pure" HTML will do the job,

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L. Glen
· #708
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Referencing internal objects
#mathjax
#referencing
Try \(\PageIndex{1}\) This creates a number that is a concatenation of the title number and the number in the argument. for example. It a page is title "1.3: The Days of My Life" and you have "in Exam
Try \(\PageIndex{1}\) This creates a number that is a concatenation of the title number and the number in the argument. for example. It a page is title "1.3: The Days of My Life" and you have "in Exam

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Delmar Larsen
· #703
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Referencing internal objects
#mathjax
#referencing
Hi all  newbie here... I'm trying to write, on one page that "in Example N.N.N..." (where that Example is on a different page. Is there a way to link to that example internally? I'm thinking that if
Hi all  newbie here... I'm trying to write, on one page that "in Example N.N.N..." (where that Example is on a different page. Is there a way to link to that example internally? I'm thinking that if

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L. Glen
· #702
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Brace Symbol Covering Several Lines of Equations
#Equations
#mathjax
That worked perfectly! Thank you very much!
That worked perfectly! Thank you very much!

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Lapon Visitvoranat
· #552
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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
#Equations
#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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Contour integral symbol not displaying in equations
#mathjax
We will define the \oiiint code. So just use that for now and we can handle the specific code behind the scenes.
We will define the \oiiint code. So just use that for now and we can handle the specific code behind the scenes.

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· #405
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Contour integral symbol not displaying in equations
#mathjax
\int\hspace{2ex}\int\hspace{3ex}\bigcirc~ works. You have to back space to maintain distances Best Josh Halpern jhalpern@...
\int\hspace{2ex}\int\hspace{3ex}\bigcirc~ works. You have to back space to maintain distances Best Josh Halpern jhalpern@...

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Josh Halpern
· #400
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Contour integral symbol not displaying in equations
#mathjax
Based on these stackexchange posts (here, and here), it looks like you would have to install a separate package to support those. I have no idea how you would do that, but I know that Libretexts added
Based on these stackexchange posts (here, and here), it looks like you would have to install a separate package to support those. I have no idea how you would do that, but I know that Libretexts added

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smmuller@...
· #399
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Contour integral symbol not displaying in equations
#mathjax
The contour integral symbol does not display when used in equations. The Latex code shows correct when using Mathpix, but on the Libretext page, double and triple contour integrals do not display the
The contour integral symbol does not display when used in equations. The Latex code shows correct when using Mathpix, but on the Libretext page, double and triple contour integrals do not display the

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Sadia Mahtaban
· #395
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A question of displaying an equation
#mathjax
Thanks for your instructions! VIncent
Thanks for your instructions! VIncent

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Vincent Chen
· #34
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A question of displaying an equation
#mathjax
highlight and erase formatting and see if it fixes itself. You will note that I revamped section 1.1. That is the general format I want you to follow (irrespective of the typesetting of the original c
highlight and erase formatting and see if it fixes itself. You will note that I revamped section 1.1. That is the general format I want you to follow (irrespective of the typesetting of the original c

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· #33
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display error
#mathjax
Also note that \displaystye should not be used here, find details on when to use that code here (section "when editing math pages") https://chem.libretexts.org/Courses/Remixer_University/LibreTexts_Co
Also note that \displaystye should not be used here, find details on when to use that code here (section "when editing math pages") https://chem.libretexts.org/Courses/Remixer_University/LibreTexts_Co

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Dorte Madsen
· #25
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display error
#mathjax
Hi Diana, The (%) confuses things, I think. I am not sure what you goal is but try \[\text{Output Gap (%)} = \frac {Y  Y_P}{Y_P} \times \:100\] and let me know if that is what you are after
Hi Diana, The (%) confuses things, I think. I am not sure what you goal is but try \[\text{Output Gap (%)} = \frac {Y  Y_P}{Y_P} \times \:100\] and let me know if that is what you are after

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Dorte Madsen
· #24
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display error
#mathjax
Hello, I am having trouble getting an equation to display correctly, and I don't know whether it's a site error or my own mistake in the code. I have attached images of my code and the display below.
Hello, I am having trouble getting an equation to display correctly, and I don't know whether it's a site error or my own mistake in the code. I have attached images of my code and the display below.

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· #22
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