hello all ! (Hi)
I have one doubt regarding alignment in mathtype software
I want to type like this
But i end up like this when i click " align at = < > .. " in format options
can anybody help me how can i type like in 1st image..Thanks ! (Itwasntme)
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 sr^3
Can anyone give me a way to avoid such mis-alignment
Magnetic tape's head alignment: NRZI vs. PE/Manchester encoding
Would you accept the following answers? How would you correct/improve them?
(a) The NRZI encoding is not self-synchronizing, hence we must demand the vertical alignment to be as perfect as possible. The maximum allowed...
I am using a program to create a torus which ideally should align to a square grid. The basic outline can be seen here:
The reason is would be nice to have it align to the grid is so that when the torus is rendered there is no...
Hi all, I have a simple question.
In MathType one can use the option in the menu: "Format -> Align at =" to align equations at the '=' sign. The problem is that MathType aligns everything in the current window and not just what you selected.
Ex if you have this in your window:
I would like to align to equations, one of them is large and therefore has to be split. They need to have their own equationnumber. When I try it they do not align.
New\_score\_5\_unscaled& =5.33\times birc5+5.53 \times ccnb1+8.24\times ccnb2+8.25\times...
Anyone familiar with global alignment problems? It's a big thing in Bioinformatics (although mostly a Math course). I have a couple I could use some help on dealing with "gaps," optimal alignments, and so forth. They're generally in the form of boxes, with arrows from one box to the next...