# Equations in Latex

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• Nov 30th 2011, 09:19 PM
jzellt
Equations in Latex
Can someone convert these equations into LateX for me? Thanks

Q = (SNML)R(SNML)^-1 = SNMLRL^-1M^-1N^-1S^-1
Q = (SPNML)R(SPNML)^-1 = SPNMLRL^-1M^-1N^-1P^-1S^-1

A = SPNP^-1MLRL^-1M^-1PN^-1P^-1S^-1
B = SP^2NP^-2MLRL^-1M^-1P^2N^-1P^-2S^-1
C = SP^3NP^-3MLRL^-1M^-1P^3N^-1P^-3S^-1
D = SP^4NP^-4MLRL^-1M^-1P^4N^-1P^-4S^-1
E = SP^5NP^-5MLRL^-1M^-1P^5N^-1P^-5S^-1
F = SP^5NP^-6MLRL^-1M^-1P^6N^-1P^-6S^-1

MLRL^-1

A = SPNP^-1XPN^-1P^-1S^-1
B = SP^2NP^-2XPN^-1P^-2S^-1
C = SP^3NP^-3XPN^-1P^-3S^-1
D = SP^4NP^-4XPN^-1P^-4S^-1
E = SP^5NP^-5XPN^-1P^-5S^-1
F = SP^6NP^-6XPN^-1P^-6S^-1
• Nov 30th 2011, 09:22 PM
pickslides
Re: Equations in Latex
Here's a sample, hover your mouse over the equation to see the code.

\$\displaystyle Q = (SNML)R(SNML)^{-1} = SNMLRL^{-1}M^{-1}N^{-1}S^{-1}\$
• Nov 30th 2011, 09:30 PM
jzellt
Re: Equations in Latex
Thanks! The problem is I don't have Latex and my internet is down so I can't install it. I'm using my phone to reply now. If you or someone else could do the others it would be GREATLY appreciated... Thanks again
• Nov 30th 2011, 10:11 PM
takatok
Re: Equations in Latex
You don't need latex installed the forum does it with [ tex] STUFF[ /tex] tags. (without the leading spaces.)
for example if you put SNML^{-1} inside of [ tex] [ /tex] you'd get:
\$\displaystyle SNML^{-1}\$

This will work from your phone or anywhere. I suspect the forum has a latex converter and creates and image to display.
• Nov 30th 2011, 10:16 PM
jzellt
Re: Equations in Latex
I have to put these latex equations into a word document for a report that im doing...
• Nov 30th 2011, 10:18 PM
takatok
Re: Equations in Latex
Well copy and pasting from these forums will either work or not. If you can copy and paste then you can easily write a post using tex /tex format and generate all the latex you need. If copy and paste will not work then it doesn't matter who does it. Us or you :)

its pretty easy to do.. write all your equations like you normally would except put {-1} around the -1. and [ tex] [ /tex] around the whole thing.
• Nov 30th 2011, 10:20 PM
jzellt
Re: Equations in Latex
\$\displaystyle Great idea!! That I will do. Thanks to all\$
• Nov 30th 2011, 10:22 PM
jzellt
Re: Equations in Latex
\$\displaystyle (spnlm)^{-1}\$
• Nov 30th 2011, 10:25 PM
jzellt
Re: Equations in Latex
It's automatically converting to lower case??? Why?
• Nov 30th 2011, 10:28 PM
takatok
Re: Equations in Latex
Its not you must be typing in a lower case letter?
\$\displaystyle Q^{-1}\$

\$\displaystyle q^{-1}\$
• Nov 30th 2011, 10:30 PM
jzellt
Re: Equations in Latex
I changed it twice and was converted to lower both times...??

Also, how to I put spaces in sentences?

For example

\$\displaystyle Hello Everybody. You are awesome!\$
• Nov 30th 2011, 10:44 PM
takatok
Re: Equations in Latex
\ (\ and a space) so you would write Hello\ Everybody.\ You\ are\ awesome!
\$\displaystyle Hello\ Everybody.\ You\ are\ Awesome!\$

As far as upper/lower case is concerned, something on your end is doing it. You can obviously type capitals inside the tex tags, since your Hello has a capital. But when quote your q^{-1} it shows up as lower case.
• Nov 30th 2011, 10:52 PM
jzellt
Re: Equations in Latex
It's not me... something weird is going on. If I type (SPNML) everything changes to lower case. If it type (SPNMl) where l is purposely lower case then the output is correct... I need everything Upper case.
Try to type (SPNML)R(SPNML)^-1 and see if it does it to you also
• Nov 30th 2011, 10:59 PM
jzellt
Re: Equations in Latex
thanks
• Nov 30th 2011, 11:19 PM
takatok
Re: Equations in Latex
(SPNML)R(SPNML)^{-1} without tex and with it:
\$\displaystyle (SPNML)R(SPNML)^{-1}\$

You obviously can type caps. just put a tex a /tex tags around them after you type the caps?
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