# Math equation system [closed]

How do I add an math equation system using Formula feature? That is, an extandable bracket to the left side of the equations.. It seems there isn't any possibility.

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Math equation system [closed]

close date 2016-03-05 10:27:19.294571

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Have you take a look in the help?:

I checked the link; there are some notes at the bottom of the page regarding what I asked but I didn't quite understand how to do it. Anyhow, I found something in the Elements panel name stack which does the job. The final formula is something like left lbrace stack{a # ab # abc} right none

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It seems like it does not exist in LibreOffice Math (yet hopefully). But yes - mentioned workaround works. This moment is not very comfortable to explain to regular user, that she/he have to go into code window and change *rbrace* into *none*. Also the experimental feature, which allows edit formula directly in show area, should be enabled by default. This can be turned on in Tools->Settings->Advanced menu.

For example two formula systems - one without alignment and second one with alignment:

left lbrace { binom { 3 x + y = 4 } { 2 x - y = 1 } } right none

left lbrace alignl { binom { 3 x - 2 y = 4 } { x + y = 3} } right none

This means, that if equations have unequal length, then alignment would be necessary.

The stack could be used if there is more than 2 equations needed to bind into system.

Asked: ** 2012-06-02 16:41:32 +0200 **

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Last updated: **Oct 24 '14**

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