LaTeX – Multiline equations, systems and matrices

This is how to type LaTeX equations on WordPress blogs!

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Many of the examples shown here were adapted from the Wikipedia article Displaying a formula, which is actually about formulas in Math Markup.

You can present equations with several lines, using the array statement. Inside its declaration you must :

  • Define the number of columns
  • Define column alignment
  • Define column indentation
  • Indicate column separator with & symbol &

Example: {lcr} means: 3 columns with indentations respectively left, center and right

begin{array}{lcl} z & = & a f(x,y,z) & = & x + y + z end{array}

$latex begin{array}{lcl} z & = & a f(x,y,z) & = & x + y + z end{array} &fg=aa0000&s=1 $

begin{array}{rcr} z & = & a f(x,y,z) & = & x + y + z end{array}

$latex begin{array}{rcr} z & = &…

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1 Response to LaTeX – Multiline equations, systems and matrices

  1. tomcircle says:

    Latex is a simple tool, best to learn by doing. If there is a quick template,
    just copy and adapt for your use.

    The quicker way is follow this template:

    http://tomcircle.wordpress.com/latex-tips/

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