I don't see any forum where I can just test out itex programming, so I'm doing it here. I will try to delete this thread after posting. My apologies if I can't do that.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

BD = [itex](2\omega + 3)/(2\omega + 4)[/itex] 0.0409

In paper: 2/3(3/2 - 2ξ/η), and fs 1 - σ/η

Using itex

[itex]\sigma = \frac{1}{\sqrt{(2\varpi+3)(2\varpi+4)}}[/itex]

Added in edit... sorry. I could not delete. It is annoying that the preview facility seems not to preview itex. I think?

Oh well. Now that the thread is here, I'll see how resizeing works, both outside itex and inside.

First, putting the above inside size tags.

[itex]\sigma = \frac{1}{\sqrt{(2\varpi+3)(2\varpi+4)}}[/itex]

Second, adding a "large" tag inside the itex. (Not the proper way to do it in real LaTeX.)

[itex]\large \sigma = \frac{1}{\sqrt{(2\varpi+3)(2\varpi+4)}}[/itex]

Hm. Can I make a formula larger some other way?

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