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Insert a new line in TeXShop

by Mantaray
Tags: insert, line, texshop
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Mantaray
#1
Nov21-10, 04:27 PM
P: 17
I'm having the following problem in TeXShop - how can I put two equations in two separate lines?
Thus far I have something like:

\[
 p_y = s \cos \alpha \\ 
 p_x = s \sin \alpha
\]
But I still get the two on the same line..
Help would be very much appreciated
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Simon_Tyler
#2
Nov21-10, 06:39 PM
P: 313
You need to use one of the multiline environments.
The most basic of which is array (used inside \[\])
The best is probably (as long as you're using the amsmath package)
\begin{align}
 p_y &= s \cos \alpha \\ 
 p_x &= s \sin \alpha
\end{align}
where the ampersands (&) are alignment markers.
This produces
[tex]\begin{align}
p_y &= s \cos \alpha \\
p_x &= s \sin \alpha
\end{align}[/tex]

For more details see
http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Mathematics
and
http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Advanced_Mathematics
Mantaray
#3
Nov22-10, 08:49 AM
P: 17
Many thanks!


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