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Latex text in math environment

The font type LaTeX uses in math mode is somewhat special since it is optimized for writing mathematical formulas. Letters are printed in italics. Another option is to use the \text{} command provided by the amsmath package. Having said that, I doubt that it's possible to have a single format that is "correct". This is because LaTeX typesets maths notation differently from normal text. Therefore, special environments have. What is math mode? For many people the most useful part of LaTeX is the ability to typeset complex mathematical formulas. for the sake of simplicity, LaTeX separates the tasks of typesetting mathematics and typesetting normal text. This is achieved by the use . Oct 01,  · Displaying text inside the math-environment. 1. October by tom 11 Comments. By default, Latex will print text within formulas in italics, omitting white spaces. Now if you need to add normal text into a formula or even write a formula using words, you can do this with the text-command inside the math-environment. Superscripts, subscripts and fractions are formatted differently. Open an example in Overleaf [] Setting mathematical styleThe maths styles can be set explicitly. For instance, if you want an in-line mathematical element to display as a equation-like element put \displaystyle before that element. There are some more maths style-related commands that change the size of the text.
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