How do I write mathematical formulas into a hub or what's the usual way it's done? I don't wanna do stuff like this:
...that type of thing just looks sloppy and messy. I was thinking about downloading latex but I have to wait until the mid of the night because I have a shitty internet and the file is huge. Will that work?
But this is the most-used way of doing it I think -
it is helpful when writing if the formulae is made the same as 1 x line height or it makes a huge gap in the writing. Some types of equation require 2 x line height by nature, so the image should be made at 2 x line hight.
In a hub it might work to put the formulae in a half page picture capsule and right adjust it so the text appears to flow around it, but I have not tried that myself.
I have actually done this for a previous hub (like Recommend1 described). I just typed the equation using Microsoft Word, then took a screen shot of that to make a picture and then put the pic in my hub. Hope this helps.
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