User:Jon Awbrey/LaTeX

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Test 1

\(\begin{smallmatrix} n & = & \displaystyle\prod_{k = 1}^{\ell} \text{p}_{i(k)}^{j(k)} \end{smallmatrix}\)

Small Matrix (3 Column}
\(n = \prod_{k = 1}^{\ell} \text{p}_{i(k)}^{j(k)}\) Normal Spacing

\(\begin{array}{c} n = \displaystyle\prod_{k = 1}^{\ell} \text{p}_{i(k)}^{j(k)} \end{array}\)

Array (1 Column)

\(\begin{matrix} n = \displaystyle\prod_{k = 1}^{\ell} \text{p}_{i(k)}^{j(k)} \end{matrix}\)

Matrix (1 Column)
\(n ~=~ \prod_{k = 1}^{\ell} \text{p}_{i(k)}^{j(k)}\) Extra Spacing

\(\begin{array}{ccc} n & = & \displaystyle\prod_{k = 1}^{\ell} \text{p}_{i(k)}^{j(k)} \end{array}\)

Array (3 Column)

\(\begin{matrix} n & = & \displaystyle\prod_{k = 1}^{\ell} \text{p}_{i(k)}^{j(k)} \end{matrix}\)

Matrix (3 Column)

Test 2

\(\cdot~ \prod_{k = 1}^{\ell} \text{p}_{i(k)}^{j(k)} ~\cdot\)
\(|~ \prod_{k = 1}^{\ell} \text{p}_{i(k)}^{j(k)} ~|\)

Test 3

\(\begin{array}{ccc} \cdot & \cdot & \cdot \\ \cdot & \displaystyle\prod_{k = 1}^{\ell} \text{p}_{i(k)}^{j(k)} & \cdot \\ \cdot & \cdot & \cdot \end{array}\)

Array (3 Column)

\(\begin{matrix} \cdot & \cdot & \cdot \\ \cdot & \displaystyle\prod_{k = 1}^{\ell} \text{p}_{i(k)}^{j(k)} & \cdot \\ \cdot & \cdot & \cdot \end{matrix}\)

Matrix (3 Column)

Test 4

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Workspace

Assertions of these relations can be read in various ways, for example:


\(j : x \lessdot y\) \(j : y \gtrdot x\)
\(x \lessdot_j y\) \(y \gtrdot_j x\)
\(x \lessdot y : j\) \(y \gtrdot x : j\)
\(j ~\text{sets}~ x ~\text{in}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{sets}~ y ~\text{on}~ x.\)
\(j ~\text{makes}~ x ~\text{an instance of}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{makes}~ y ~\text{a property of}~ x.\)
\(j ~\text{thinks}~ x ~\text{an instance of}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{thinks}~ y ~\text{a property of}~ x.\)
\(j ~\text{attests}~ x ~\text{an instance of}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{attests}~ y ~\text{a property of}~ x.\)
\(j ~\text{appoints}~ x ~\text{an instance of}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{appoints}~ y ~\text{a property of}~ x.\)
\(j ~\text{witnesses}~ x ~\text{an instance of}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{witnesses}~ y ~\text{a property of}~ x.\)
\(j ~\text{interprets}~ x ~\text{an instance of}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{interprets}~ y ~\text{a property of}~ x.\)
\(j ~\text{contributes}~ x ~\text{to}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{attributes}~ y ~\text{to}~ x.\)
\(j ~\text{determines}~ x ~\text{an example of}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{determines}~ y ~\text{a quality of}~ x.\)
\(j ~\text{evaluates}~ x ~\text{an example of}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{evaluates}~ y ~\text{a quality of}~ x.\)
\(j ~\text{proposes}~ x ~\text{an example of}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{proposes}~ y ~\text{a quality of}~ x.\)
\(j ~\text{musters}~ x ~\text{under}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{marshals}~ y ~\text{over}~ x.\)
\(j ~\text{indites}~ x ~\text{among}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{ascribes}~ y ~\text{about}~ x.\)
\(j ~\text{imputes}~ x ~\text{among}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{imputes}~ y ~\text{about}~ x.\)
\(j ~\text{judges}~ x ~\text{beneath}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{judges}~ y ~\text{beyond}~ x.\)
\(j ~\text{finds}~ x ~\text{preceding}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{finds}~ y ~\text{succeeding}~ x.\)
\(j ~\text{poses}~ x ~\text{before}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{poses}~ y ~\text{after}~ x.\)
\(j ~\text{forms}~ x ~\text{below}~ y.\) \(j ~\text{forms}~ y ~\text{above}~ x.\)