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9/19/11
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GradualStudent

Create stacked fractions in equations without text being too small?

is there an analog to $\dfrac{}$ command?
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Bas Braams
9/19/11
Bas Braams
Yes, the font in fractions is too small, especially for displayed equations [1], and there is not a good way to handle it. One could change the font before an equation, but that affects the entire equation. Some other issues with the equations editor are noted here [2]. Those that are accustomed to the wonderful product that D. E. Knuth created alone in his spare time not knowing that it could be done will not be much inclined to put up with all the defects in the GDocs equations editor 30 years later.

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