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13 de abr. de 2017 · I need to typeset a

**matrix**with square brackets as delimiters for math.se (I believe they use MathJaX). How would I do that?29 de ago. de 2015 · I'm a new user in texmaker. How can I produce this equation? Thank you for your help

3 de set. de 2016 · The following screenshot shows two ways this approach could be employed. The first replicates the

**matrix**shown in the OP's posting. The second shows that this method can be used for square as well as non-square matrices. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} % for 'bmatrix' environment. \begin{document} \[.18 de mar. de 2017 · Stack Exchange Network. Stack Exchange network consists of 183 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.

vertical: \vdots. output: Depending on your preference: brackets: \begin{bmatrix}\end{bmatrix} parentheses: \begin{pmatrix}\end{pmatrix} Screenshoot: The baseline spacing of the lower limit is a bit large. You might take a look at substack, provided by amsmath, which should tighten things up a bit.

The amsmath package also offers the shortcut

**matrix**environments which default to centered alignment for their columns:**matrix**: unbracketed**matrix**; pmatrix:**matrix**surrounded by parentheses; bmatrix:**matrix**surrounded by square brackets; vmatrix:**matrix**surrounded by single vertical lines; Vmatrix:**matrix**surrounded by double vertical lines10 de nov. de 2011 · For example: \begingroup \renewcommand* {\arraystretch} {1.5} % your pmatrix expression \endgroup. But you could do it in the preamble too, then it would have effect on all matrices and arrays. Here's a redefinition of an internal amsmath LaTeX macro for customizing line spacing in specific matrices arbitrarily as desired:

18 de jul. de 2017 · I save the stack of row labels as \rowlabels. Up to this point, the label stacks were created in text mode (they could have been just as easily done in math mode). But now, I execute the actual

**matrix**in \ensurestackMath mode. To the right of the equal sign, I stack the column label stack upon the**matrix**itself.5 de jul. de 2015 · This is a possibility, but doesn't answer the question of how to get a horizontal line in bmatrix.I changed my bmatrix to array and it took the \hline, but then the array broke the align environment.

1 de abr. de 2018 · Zarko who does you copy me? :-) I tried with Papeeria and the code gives me many errors of the user's source. +1 for your comment. @Sebastiano, i'm lost in code :- (. i guessing that op look for z^ { [1]}y = <

**matrix**><vector>, but i'm not sure. maybe he like to have between \cdot as symbol for multiplication.