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## strange thing with limits..

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### strange thing with limits..

Hey guys!

What i got is listed below

as you can imagine i would have the t to infinite under the limit and not as pedix....do you know how to fix it??

Thx!

/davide
newnoise

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### Re: strange thing with limits..

You are operating in in-line math mode hence the limits for Limes are set to this position (for good reason). You can force the desired output by switching to display style.
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$\displaystyle\lim_{t\to\infty}=a$

Note that this will disturb interline spacing. But this effect also can be avoided with the help of amsmath.
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$\displaystyle\smash{\lim_{t\to\infty}}=a$

Now the interline spacing is OK but their could occur overlapping at critical positions.

Best regards
Thorsten¹
LaTeX Community Moderator

¹ System: openSUSE 13.1 (Linux 3.11.6), TeX Live 2013 (vanilla), TeXworks 0.5 (r1349)
² Learning TeX (and trying to understand it).

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### Re: strange thing with limits..

Another practical question that for sure you're able to answer.... in the report i've several equations numbered as arabic numer (1), (2) ecc... if I copy and paste an equation (e.g eq (2)) latex correctly update the equation number to take into account all the equations in between (for example Eq (2) can become Eq (xx)). Is there a code to force latex to mantain the original number of the equation??

thank you!

/davide
newnoise

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Joined: Thu Aug 21st, 2008