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Choosing the Right Math Style

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Last change: Jun 26, 2012

Math Style Settings Explained

To make part of your equation look like this... Use this Math Style template
Overbar - puts a bar or other character above or below the selected text
Arrow - puts a customizable one- or two-headed arrow above or below the selected text
Fraction - creates a fraction centered over a horizontal bar
Stack - vertically stacks two arguments with no bar between them. Arguments can be left-, center- or right-aligned
Vector - vertically stacks 3, 4 or 5 arguments. The arguments are always center-aligned
Fence - puts customizable fence characters (parentheses, square brackets, curly brackets, etc.) before and after the argument
Choice - vertically stacks two arguments and puts customizable fence characters before and after the stacked arguments. The arguments are always vertically aligned.
Square Root - places the argument within a square root symbol
Root - identical to the Square Root template except that the math expression can have a radical exponent
Superscript - makes the character(s) that follow the argument into superscript characters
Subscript - makes the character(s) that follow the argument into subscript characters
Sub– and Superscript - makes the character(s) that follow the argument into subscript and superscript characters
Operator (display style) - formats the selected text into an operator form. The Operator is customizable (summation symbol, integral symbol, etc.)
Operator (text style) - identical to the Operator (display style) template except that the upper limit and lower limit are placed to the right of the Operator instead of above and below it
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