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In summary, La Tex by default always displays the small letter in the form of a capital letter when writing equations if the letter is used in a different equation.f

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This is not how LaTeX works …

$$

E = mc^2

$$

$$

-1 = e^{i\pi}

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$$

E = mc^2

$$

$$

-1 = e^{i\pi}

$$

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That's not what I see. I get this (both in preview and as posted)*:

## X=\frac{A}{a} ##

## y=\frac{2A}{aX} ##

## z=xa^2 ##

* Win 10 & Chrome

## X=\frac{A}{a} ##

## y=\frac{2A}{aX} ##

## z=xa^2 ##

* Win 10 & Chrome

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The first was written using hash tag delimiters, and the second equation was written using dollar sign delimiters .

Could you please let me know if these equations have displayed properly in this post.

This equation was written using hash tags delimiters ##a = GM/d^2##

This equation was written using dollar sign delimiters $$d = 1/2gt^2$$

Thanks.

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The equations seem to be displayed properly.

When I view the equations in the my preview mode, the second equation is displayed improperly, the small letter g in the scond equation is displayed improperly in the form of a capital letter. Do you know if there's any way this can fixed so that the equation displays properly when I view it in my Preview mode?

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Since nobody seems to be able to reproduce this, I'd guess nobody has a solution for it either.Do you know if there's any way this can fixed so that the equation displays properly when I view it in my Preview mode?

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Hi thanks for the help.

I would be glad to post you a screenshot Wrichic Basu, if you could please explain how I would do it. I'm new to PF and am very incompetent using the features in this editor. I've already been scolded once for copying and pasting text.

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Are you on your phone? If so , which kind?I would be glad to post you a screenshot Wrichic Basu, if you could please explain how I would do it.

If you are on a computer, what operating system version is it? If it's Win-10, you can use Windows-Shift-S to put it in Snapshot mode and drag the rectangle with your mouse to capture that screenshot.

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