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Dec 07, 2017
08:37 AM

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Dec 07, 2017
08:37 AM

Wrap formula text

One of my math functions/formulas is too long, and it overflows into the next page. How do I make this one line formula into a two line formula, without breaking it up mathematically.

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Dec 07, 2017
09:39 AM

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Dec 07, 2017
09:39 AM

Press CTRL-ENTER at the point where you want it split up. You then get a ...+ on a line below.

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Luc

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Luc

Dec 07, 2017
10:15 AM

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Dec 07, 2017
10:15 AM

And then there is of course the more elegant notation:

That avoids the problem of too wide expressions altogether, AND keeps it on one line...

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Luc

Dec 07, 2017
10:51 AM

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Dec 07, 2017
10:51 AM

Thanks LucMeekes that is an excellent suggesstion. Could you please elaborate a little further, is this a vector/matrix function? Where do you get these "parenthesis" is this just shift 9..that does not seem to work

Dec 07, 2017
11:07 AM

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Dec 07, 2017
11:07 AM

This is just multiplication of two vectors, one containing the numbers, the other containing the powers of y.

Type CTRL-M to specify the size of the matrix (or vector, if you specify columns as 1) you need.

There's yet another method, it's essentailly the same but elaborates the vector multiplication:

It saves you the part where you have to fill a vector with powers of y...

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Luc

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Luc

Dec 07, 2017
12:09 PM

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Dec 07, 2017
12:09 PM

What am I missing here?

Dec 07, 2017
12:17 PM

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Dec 07, 2017
12:17 PM

Can't evaluate a function definition