[OS X TeX] Change font size in mathmode

Ralph Martin Ralph.Martin at cs.cardiff.ac.uk
Tue Apr 12 11:01:57 EDT 2005

On 12 Apr 2005, at 3:41 pm, Josep M.Font wrote:

> El 12 abr 2005, a las 14:17, Ralph Martin escribió:
>>>> I have a horrid large matrix which I really want to go on one line 
>>>> in a displayed equation. I put \small at the start of the equation, 
>>>> and this did what I wanted but I got a warning that \small is 
>>>> invalid in mathmode.
>> Suggestions so far
>>> {\small \[ your_matrix \] }
>> Sorry, that does not work.
> It works for me, both for displayed formulas and on-line formulas. If 
> it is not small enough, \footnotesize makes (almost) everything 
> smaller, \scriptsize smaller, and \tiny even smaller...

I'll rephrase my reply.

It DOES work, BUT it gives me a warning that \small is invalid in math 
mode, which is what I started off by saying.

So, how do I prevent that warning - how else do I do it so that it is 
valid, and not invalid?


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