By Kenneth J. Shultis

Quite a few years in the past, LaTeX set TeX clients loose. LaTeX liberated them from mundane chores equivalent to formatting and equation numbering, permitting writers to pay attention as a substitute at the record content material. Now, to aid those that desire to take an additional step past the constructions imposed by way of LaTeX, writer J. Kenneth Shultis provides a suite of confirmed tips, concepts, and recipes for harnessing the complete strength afforded by means of this robust typesetting software.

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2). 2 Composing Math Expressions In I¥IEX, a large variety of mathematical expressions can be created; however, you often have to resort to fairly complex programming for "difficult" expressions. These difficult expressions are handled much more easily with the macros of AMS-U\'lEX. However, in these notes we stick to pure U\'lEX (mixed occasionally with 'lEX). Here are some examples. 42 43 Sec. 2. Composing Math Expressions Fractions \frac{x+y"2}{k+1}\qquad y"{\frac 2{k+1}}\qquad y"{2/(k+1)} a a 1..

The parameters for controlling the size and placement of marginal notes are given in Appendix B. 1 Displaying Math Expressions Two basic types of formula (or math) environments are available in Iffi'IEX: (1) a text mode in which math expressions are placed in a line of text, and (2) a display environment in which the math expression is place on a separate line. text mode: To place a math expression in a line of text, simply enclose the math expression with $ ... $ or, equivalently, \ ( ... \). In this mode, some symbols J: L:~=1are written such as and in the "displaymath" more compactly compared to their treatment mode.

1 Simple Equations A simple equation, such as y(x) f(x) = 3 +x 2 + g(x) or Eq. -(\ref{simpleeq}), \begin{equation} f(x) + g(x) = \sqrt{l + x-2} \label{simpleeq} \end{equation} Note the use of the optional \label in the single-line equation definition so that this label can be referenced later in the text with \reHsimpleeq}. Sec. 4. 2 47 Types of Equations Multiconditional Equations Often an equation will have multiple lines on one side of the = sign that depend on various conditions. 2) is produced by \begin{equation} f(x) = \left\{ \begin{array}{ll} z-y & \rnbox{if $y>O$} \\ z+y & \rnbox{otherwise} \end{array} \right.