TestLaTex

04182016, 01:42 PM
(This post was last modified: 04182016 01:49 PM by Tugdual.)
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TestLaTex
\[20*\log _{ 10 }{ (\frac { V }{ { V }_{ ref } } ) }\]


04182016, 02:19 PM
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RE: TestLaTex
(04182016 01:42 PM)Tugdual Wrote: \[20*\log _{ 10 }{ (\frac { V }{ { V }_{ ref } } ) }\] How many \( dB \) are you getting from that preamplifier? Jose Mesquita RadioMuseum.org member 

04182016, 11:45 PM
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(04182016 01:42 PM)Tugdual Wrote: \[20*\log _{ 10 }{ (\frac { V }{ { V }_{ ref } } ) }\] Who knew Tesla did typesetting? Regards, Howard 

04192016, 07:08 AM
(This post was last modified: 04192016 07:08 AM by Tugdual.)
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Well, I did struggle with LaText. Before it used to be $$ and now it seems to be backslash and squared brackets. Is there a help showing these markups? The forum help doesn't mention anything.


04192016, 10:03 AM
(This post was last modified: 04192016 10:06 AM by Katie Wasserman.)
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(04192016 07:08 AM)Tugdual Wrote: Well, I did struggle with LaText. Before it used to be $$ and now it seems to be backslash and squared brackets. Is there a help showing these markups? The forum help doesn't mention anything. If you looks back in this Test forum you'll find a link to this document that explains how LaTex is implemented in MathJax which is what MyBB uses (which, of course, is the forum software we're using here). katie 

04192016, 11:27 AM
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(04192016 10:03 AM)Katie Wasserman Wrote:Thank you very much Katie. I can't believe I did get support from a test forum Great moderation here!(04192016 07:08 AM)Tugdual Wrote: Well, I did struggle with LaText. Before it used to be $$ and now it seems to be backslash and squared brackets. Is there a help showing these markups? The forum help doesn't mention anything. 

03252017, 08:27 AM
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(04192016 10:03 AM)Katie Wasserman Wrote:(04192016 07:08 AM)Tugdual Wrote: Well, I did struggle with LaText. Before it used to be $$ and now it seems to be backslash and squared brackets. Is there a help showing these markups? The forum help doesn't mention anything. First, thanks for the link, it confirms that it was what I found. Second, astounding link you have there in the signature! What a work! I was also curious about the integration and it is as I thought, a very smart integration with a js library. Wikis are great, Contribute :) 

11042023, 04:23 PM
(This post was last modified: 11052023 05:21 PM by DM48.)
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(04192016 10:03 AM)Katie Wasserman Wrote:(04192016 07:08 AM)Tugdual Wrote: Well, I did struggle with LaText. Before it used to be $$ and now it seems to be backslash and squared brackets. Is there a help showing these markups? The forum help doesn't mention anything. Does anyone have a link to this document? The link Katie posted is broken (understandably so). I am trying to figure out how to get taller integral signs. \( \dfrac{4}{3} \pi r^{3}  2ab \sqrt{r^{2} \left ( \dfrac{a}{2} \right ) ^2  \left ( \dfrac{b}{2} \right ) ^2}  8 \int_{\sqrt{r^{2}  \left ( \dfrac{a}{2} \right ) ^2  \left ( \tfrac{b}{2} \right ) ^2}}^{r} \;\; \int_{0}^{\sqrt{r^2y^2}} \sqrt{r^2y^2x^2} \;\; \mathrm{d}x \;\; \mathrm{d}y \) HP48GX, HP42s and DM42. 

11042023, 07:02 PM
(This post was last modified: 11042023 07:31 PM by Thomas Klemm.)
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Use \tfrac instead of \dfrac in the \sqrt of the lower limit:
\( \dfrac{4}{3} \times \pi \times r^{3}  2ab \sqrt{r^{2} \left ( \dfrac{a}{2} \right ) ^2  \left ( \dfrac{b}{2} \right ) ^2}  8 \int_{\sqrt{r^{2}  \left ( \tfrac{a}{2} \right ) ^2  \left ( \tfrac{b}{2} \right ) ^2}}^{r} \;\; \int_{0}^{\sqrt{r^2y^2}} \sqrt{r^2y^2x^2} \;\; \mathrm{d}x \;\; \mathrm{d}y \) Use [] instead of (): \[ \dfrac{4}{3} \times \pi \times r^{3}  2ab \sqrt{r^{2} \left ( \dfrac{a}{2} \right ) ^2  \left ( \dfrac{b}{2} \right ) ^2}  8 \int_{\sqrt{r^{2}  \left ( \tfrac{a}{2} \right ) ^2  \left ( \tfrac{b}{2} \right ) ^2}}^{r} \;\; \int_{0}^{\sqrt{r^2y^2}} \sqrt{r^2y^2x^2} \;\; \mathrm{d}x \;\; \mathrm{d}y \] Or then set \displaystyle explicitly: \(\displaystyle \dfrac{4}{3} \times \pi \times r^{3}  2ab \sqrt{r^{2} \left ( \dfrac{a}{2} \right ) ^2  \left ( \dfrac{b}{2} \right ) ^2}  8 \int_{\sqrt{r^{2}  \left ( \tfrac{a}{2} \right ) ^2  \left ( \tfrac{b}{2} \right ) ^2}}^{r} \;\; \int_{0}^{\sqrt{r^2y^2}} \sqrt{r^2y^2x^2} \;\; \mathrm{d}x \;\; \mathrm{d}y \) Does this look better? 

11042023, 07:09 PM
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11042023, 07:22 PM
(This post was last modified: 11042023 07:25 PM by Thomas Klemm.)
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RE: TestLaTex
Here's another alternative by embedding it as an SVG:


11052023, 04:00 PM
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RE: TestLaTex
(04182016 01:42 PM)Tugdual Wrote: \[20*\log _{ 10 }{ (\frac { V }{ { V }_{ ref } } ) }\] You might want to use "\left" and "\right" to make those parentheses look right : Code: \[20*\log _{ 10 }{ \left (\frac { V }{ { V }_{ ref } } \right ) }\] \[20*\log _{ 10 }{ \left (\frac { V }{ { V }_{ ref } } \right ) }\] Regards, Jonathan Aeternitas modo est. Longa non est, paene nil. 

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