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Re: display of input and output in textbook form


Ravi,

Try this:

TraditionalForm[HoldForm[Integrate[-x^2, x]] == Integrate[-x^2, x]]

and a slight modification of Chris Chiasson's suggestion

TraditionalForm[Map[MatrixForm, CircleTimes[v1, v2]] == Outer[Times,
v1, v2]]


Hope this helps,

Cheers,

Brian

ravi wrote:
> Hi,
> I want both the input and output to be displayed in traditional form
> with an equal-to symbol between them, as in textbooks. How can I do
> this?
> 1. For example, take the integral : Integrate[-x^2,x]
> I would like to display the input as an integral, followed by an equal
> to sign, and then the result. In case of a long output, can I have the
> input and output in two successive lines?
> 2. Another example, let v1={a1,a2,a3}, v2={b1,b2,b3},
> m=Outer[Times,v1,v2]
> I would like to display the in matrix form, this multiplication
> operation. How can I do this?
> /ravi


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