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Re: Frame

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  • Subject: [mg106912] Re: [mg106654] Frame
  • From: Bob Hanlon <hanlonr at cox.net>
  • Date: Thu, 28 Jan 2010 02:43:06 -0500 (EST)
  • Reply-to: hanlonr at cox.net

Perhaps one of these is what you want

Style[
  Framed[Binomial[n, j] == (n!/(j! (n - j)!) //
      HoldForm),
   FrameMargins -> 15],
  FontFamily -> "Tahoma",
  FontSize -> 24, Bold] //
 TraditionalForm

Style[
  Framed[Binomial[n, j],
    FrameMargins -> 10] == (n!/(j! (n - j)!) //
     HoldForm),
  FontFamily -> "Tahoma",
  FontSize -> 24, Bold] //
 TraditionalForm


Bob Hanlon

---- John <jwa0 at lehigh.edu> wrote: 

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Mathematica 6, windows XP

Style[Binomial[n, j] == (n!/(j! (n - j)!) // HoldForm),
  FontFamily -> "Tahoma", FontSize -> 24, Bold] // TraditionalForm

The above typesets the combinatorial symbol perfectly. Is there a way
to put a frame around the printed symbol? Attempts to put it in a grid
failed.

John




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