How to align to the right in LaTex formula?

arikheilig shared this question 1 week ago
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use tabletext()

see the help

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doesn't work in the LaTex text when using the "formula" option...

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I don't understand what you mean.

A single string of text is already aligned where you place it :D

And by the way, you should enter it as \text{blah blah blah}

As mathmagic said, in order to create nice LaTeX texts, use TableText command.

Check the related wiki page, that contains a lot of examples, to understand the syntax of the command.

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do you mean this?

Files: foro.ggb
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or this?

Files: foro.ggb
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this is what I meant in order to align texts/formulas to the right{r}, left {l}or center{c}

thank you for those who answerd


\begin{array}{r}

1\\

12\\

123\\

1234\\

\end{array}


\begin{array}{l}

1\\

12\\

123\\

1234\\

\end{array}


\begin{array}{c}

1\\

12\\

123\\

1234\\

\end{array}

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is this enough?/lorFODhTXkkAAAAASUVORK5CYIIA

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editing the tabletext()

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same principle as solution of mathmagic (with correction vector)

but create vector in script (no duplicate objects)

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