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    Keeping latex elements in alignment with non-latex elements

    I have noticed that in posting to the MHF in Linear and Abstract Algebra the latex text ends up higher or lower than the non-latex text and thus looks poorly aligned and is not as clear as it might be

    For example sr^3 comes out as s r^3

    Can anyone give me a way to avoid such mis-alignment

    Peter
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    Re: Keeping latex elements in alignment with non-latex elements

    let s in the[PHP]  sr^3 [/PHP] sr^3s^5

    you can write in latex using \text{you statement}

    \text{Like ThIs}

    and there is a command which allow you to make spaces \;

    Another\;Example

    Dihedral group

    D_8 = \{ 1,r,r^2,r^3,s,sr,sr^2,sr^3\}

    I used \{ to write {
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