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    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


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    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
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    Re: Equations in Latex

    Here's a sample, hover your mouse over the equation to see the code.

    Q = (SNML)R(SNML)^{-1} = SNMLRL^{-1}M^{-1}N^{-1}S^{-1}
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    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
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    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:
    SNML^{-1}

    This will work from your phone or anywhere. I suspect the forum has a latex converter and creates and image to display.
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    Re: Equations in Latex

    I have to put these latex equations into a word document for a report that im doing...
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    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.
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    Re: Equations in Latex

    Great idea!!  That I will do.  Thanks to all
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    Re: Equations in Latex

    (spnlm)^{-1}
    Last edited by jzellt; November 30th 2011 at 10:56 PM.
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    Re: Equations in Latex

    It's automatically converting to lower case??? Why?
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    Re: Equations in Latex

    Its not you must be typing in a lower case letter?
    Q^{-1}

    q^{-1}
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    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

    Hello Everybody. You are awesome!
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    Re: Equations in Latex

    \ (\ and a space) so you would write Hello\ Everybody.\ You\ are\ awesome!
    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.
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    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
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    Re: Equations in Latex

    thanks
    Last edited by jzellt; December 1st 2011 at 01:17 AM.
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    Re: Equations in Latex

    (SPNML)R(SPNML)^{-1} without tex and with it:
    (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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