Displaying equations using Tex

Discussion in 'Physics & Math' started by Pete, Dec 20, 2006.

  1. ralfcis Registered Senior Member

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    One more time on the equations that aren't coming out:

    [ tex] v = v_h(v_t/c +1) [/tex]

    [ tex] v_t = v_{ht}(v/c +1) [/tex]

    [ tex] v = 2c^2v_h / (c^2 + v_h^2)[/tex]

    [ tex] v_t = 2c^2v_{ht} / (c^2 + v_{ht}^2)[/tex]

    [ tex] v_h = c(c - v_{ht}) / (c +v_{ht}) [/tex]

    [ tex] v_ht = c(c - v_h) / (c +v_h) [/tex]

    [ tex] v_t = c/Y = DSR(c+v) = v_{ht}(1+ v/c)[/tex]

    [ tex] t_{ps} = xv_{ps}= xYv/(1+Y)[/tex]

    [ tex] v_{ht} =cDSR[/tex]

    v Y [ tex]v_t[/tex] [ tex]v_h[/tex] [ tex]v_{ht}[/tex] DSR
     
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  3. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Just type it without tags. Isn't that obvious. Look: h_2^
     
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  5. ralfcis Registered Senior Member

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    It's ok, everything works now. I put a space in [ tex] to solve it and the other problem was with _{ht} which I tried to write as _h_t which was not accepted. My 1st day using tex so.
     
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