Why doesnt math]\arctan(x)[/tex] yield a version that is not italicized, is it not a function, it says it is on LaTeX websites The same goes for any inverse trigonometric or hyperbolic functions
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Originally Posted by Mathstud28 Why doesnt math]\arctan(x)[/tex] yield a version that is not italicized, is it not a function, it says it is on LaTeX websites The same goes for any inverse trigonometric or hyperbolic functions i guess the syntax is off. \arctan x works ...$\displaystyle \arctan x$ see? it is just the way the codes are set up. no parentheses
Originally Posted by Mathstud28 Why doesnt math]\arctan(x)[/tex] yield a version that is not italicized, is it not a function, it says it is on LaTeX websites The same goes for any inverse trigonometric or hyperbolic functions [tex]\arctan(x)[/tex] produces: $\displaystyle \arctan(x)$ RonL
Originally Posted by CaptainBlack [tex]\arctan(x)[/tex] produces: $\displaystyle \arctan(x)$ RonL Hmm...I think you are magic CaptainBlack, for it did not work before...well anyways $\displaystyle \arctan(x)!$....and thats happiness..not factorials xD $\displaystyle \arctanh(x)$ $\displaystyle \leftarrow$ what about arctanh?
Originally Posted by Mathstud28 Hmm...I think you are magic CaptainBlack, for it did not work before...well anyways $\displaystyle \arctan(x)!$....and thats happiness..not factorials xD what were you doing?! you probably had a typo in the arctan itself
Originally Posted by Jhevon what were you doing?! you probably had a typo in the arctan itself shut up...
Originally Posted by Mathstud28 Hmm...I think you are magic CaptainBlack, for it did not work before...well anyways $\displaystyle \arctan(x)!$....and thats happiness..not factorials xD $\displaystyle \arctanh(x)$ $\displaystyle \leftarrow$ what about arctanh? arctanh is not on the standard list of functions so you have to do it the hardway: [tex]{\rm{arctanh}}(x)[/tex] $\displaystyle {\rm{arctanh}}(x)$ RonL
Originally Posted by CaptainBlack arctanh is not on the standard list of functions so you have to do it the hardway: [tex]{\rm{arctanh}}(x)[/tex] $\displaystyle {\rm{arctanh}}(x)$ RonL What is that "\rm" for?
Originally Posted by Monoxdifly What is that "\rm" for? According to the "Bible" for TeX it is an out-of-date font declaration. i.e. no longer used.
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