# [texhax] inline form of an equation

Boris Veytsman borisv at lk.net
Fri Dec 12 19:01:29 CET 2008

LM> Date: Fri, 12 Dec 2008 18:09:35 +0100
LM> From: Lars Madsen <daleif at imf.au.dk>

LM> I don't see any problems with the second one, though some might prefer

LM> $\sqrt{\sum d^2/(2n)}$

LM> But I routinely write /2n

When I write for the programmers, I routinely use brackets in such
situations.  When I write for the general audience, I usually omit
them.

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-Boris

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