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Math vs page formatting

  1. Apr 25, 2013 #1

    jim mcnamara

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  3. Apr 25, 2013 #2

    Evo

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    Last edited: Apr 25, 2013
  4. Apr 25, 2013 #3
    The latex needs a break. Too long for the post dimensions.
     
  5. Apr 25, 2013 #4

    jhae2.718

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    Depending on your preferences for mathematical typesetting, something like:
    Code (Text):

    [tex]
    [color=#008000][b]\begin[/b][/color][color=#008000]{[/color]multline[color=#008000]}[/color]
    [color=#008000][b]\int[/b][/color][color=#008000]_{[/color]x=0[color=#008000]}^{[/color]20[color=#008000]}[/color][color=#008000][b]\int[/b][/color][color=#008000]_{[/color]y= 0[color=#008000]}^{[/color]20[color=#008000]}[/color](a+ bx+ cy+ dx[color=#008000]^[/color]2+ exy+ fy[color=#008000]^[/color]2+ gx[color=#008000]^[/color]3+ hx[color=#008000]^[/color]2y+ jy[color=#008000]^[/color]3)dx \
     [color=#008000][b]\qquad[/b][/color] = [color=#008000][b]\left[/b][/color][ax+ bx[color=#008000]^[/color]2/2+ cy[color=#008000]^[/color]2/2+ dx[color=#008000]^[/color]3/3+ ex[color=#008000]^[/color]2y/2+ exy[color=#008000]^[/color]2/2+ fy[color=#008000]^[/color]3/3+ gx[color=#008000]^[/color]4/4+ yx[color=#008000]^[/color]3y/3+[color=#008000][b]\ [/b][/color]
     [color=#008000][b]\qquad[/b][/color][color=#008000][b]\qquad[/b][/color] + hx[color=#008000]^[/color]2y[color=#008000]^[/color]2/2+ jy[color=#008000]^[/color]4/4[color=#008000][b]\right[/b][/color]][color=#008000]_{[/color]x=0, y=0[color=#008000]}^{[/color]x=20, y=20[color=#008000]}[/color]
    [color=#008000][b]\end[/b][/color][color=#008000]{[/color]multline[color=#008000]}[/color]
    [/tex]
     
    should do the trick:
    [tex]\begin{multline}
    \int_{x=0}^{20}\int_{y= 0}^{20}(a+ bx+ cy+ dx^2+ exy+ fy^2+ gx^3+ hx^2y+ jy^3)dx \\
    \qquad = \left[ax+ bx^2/2+ cy^2/2+ dx^3/3+ ex^2y/2+ exy^2/2+ fy^3/3+ gx^4/4+ yx^3y/3+\\
    \qquad\qquad + hx^2y^2/2+ jy^4/4\right]_{x=0, y=0}^{x=20, y=20}
    \end{multline}[/tex]

    Of course, this requires the poster to manually account for the page width.
     
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