### Re: Formatting numbered equations

I have always understood this as: American English: A, B, and C British English: A, B and C -- Dotan Cohen http://bido.com http://what-is-what.com Please CC me if you want to be sure that I read your message. I do not read all list mail.

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

The meal consisted of soup, salad, and macaroni and cheese. The meal consisted of macaroni and cheese, soup, and salad. Or, if the order is important: The meal consisted of soup, salad, and macaroni cheese. To my parents, Ayn Rand and God. To Ayn Rand, my parents, and God. Or, if the order

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

Dotan Cohen dotanco...@... writes: I have always understood this as: American English: A, B, and C British English: A, B and C AFAIK A, B and C is the predominant usage in the U.S. (where, given the state of our educational system, we're lucky if we get the first comma). That's what I was

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 01:57:13PM +, Paul Rubin wrote: AFAIK A, B and C is the predominant usage in the U.S. (where, given the state of our educational system, we're lucky if we get the first comma). That's what I was taught (in New York) (after the American Revolution). Can't speak

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On 20 April 2010 17:12, Andrew Sullivan a...@shinkuro.com wrote: On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 01:57:13PM +, Paul Rubin wrote: AFAIK A, B and C is the predominant usage in the U.S. (where, given the state of our educational system, we're lucky if we get the first comma). That's what I was

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 06:06:57PM +0300, Dotan Cohen wrote: These are contrived examples. I'm pretty sure that all the examples in Fowler are not contrived examples: they're real ones from real texts. And it's not as though Fowler wasn't pretty keen on clarity and elegance in prose. In

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On 20 April 2010 18:17, Andrew Sullivan a...@shinkuro.com wrote: On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 06:06:57PM +0300, Dotan Cohen wrote: These are contrived examples. I'm pretty sure that all the examples in Fowler are not contrived examples: they're real ones from real texts.  And it's not as though

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

I have always understood this as: American English: A, B, and C British English: A, B and C -- Dotan Cohen http://bido.com http://what-is-what.com Please CC me if you want to be sure that I read your message. I do not read all list mail.

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

The meal consisted of soup, salad, and macaroni and cheese. The meal consisted of macaroni and cheese, soup, and salad. Or, if the order is important: The meal consisted of soup, salad, and macaroni cheese. To my parents, Ayn Rand and God. To Ayn Rand, my parents, and God. Or, if the order

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

Dotan Cohen dotanco...@... writes: I have always understood this as: American English: A, B, and C British English: A, B and C AFAIK A, B and C is the predominant usage in the U.S. (where, given the state of our educational system, we're lucky if we get the first comma). That's what I was

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 01:57:13PM +, Paul Rubin wrote: AFAIK A, B and C is the predominant usage in the U.S. (where, given the state of our educational system, we're lucky if we get the first comma). That's what I was taught (in New York) (after the American Revolution). Can't speak

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On 20 April 2010 17:12, Andrew Sullivan a...@shinkuro.com wrote: On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 01:57:13PM +, Paul Rubin wrote: AFAIK A, B and C is the predominant usage in the U.S. (where, given the state of our educational system, we're lucky if we get the first comma). That's what I was

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 06:06:57PM +0300, Dotan Cohen wrote: These are contrived examples. I'm pretty sure that all the examples in Fowler are not contrived examples: they're real ones from real texts. And it's not as though Fowler wasn't pretty keen on clarity and elegance in prose. In

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On 20 April 2010 18:17, Andrew Sullivan a...@shinkuro.com wrote: On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 06:06:57PM +0300, Dotan Cohen wrote: These are contrived examples. I'm pretty sure that all the examples in Fowler are not contrived examples: they're real ones from real texts.  And it's not as though

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

I have always understood this as: American English: A, B, and C British English: A, B and C -- Dotan Cohen http://bido.com http://what-is-what.com Please CC me if you want to be sure that I read your message. I do not read all list mail.

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

> "The meal consisted of soup, salad, and macaroni and cheese." "The meal consisted of macaroni and cheese, soup, and salad." Or, if the order is important: "The meal consisted of soup, salad, and macaroni & cheese." > "To my parents, Ayn Rand and God." "To Ayn Rand, my parents, and God." Or,

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

Dotan Cohen writes: > > I have always understood this as: > American English: A, B, and C > British English: A, B and C > AFAIK "A, B and C" is the predominant usage in the U.S. (where, given the state of our educational system, we're lucky if we get the first comma). That's

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 01:57:13PM +, Paul Rubin wrote: > AFAIK "A, B and C" is the predominant usage in the U.S. (where, given the > state > of our educational system, we're lucky if we get the first comma). That's > what I > was taught (in New York) (after the American Revolution). Can't

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On 20 April 2010 17:12, Andrew Sullivan wrote: > On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 01:57:13PM +, Paul Rubin wrote: >> AFAIK "A, B and C" is the predominant usage in the U.S. (where, given the >> state >> of our educational system, we're lucky if we get the first comma). That's >>

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 06:06:57PM +0300, Dotan Cohen wrote: > These are contrived examples. I'm pretty sure that all the examples in Fowler are not contrived examples: they're real ones from real texts. And it's not as though Fowler wasn't pretty keen on clarity and elegance in prose. > In

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On 20 April 2010 18:17, Andrew Sullivan wrote: > On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 06:06:57PM +0300, Dotan Cohen wrote: >> These are contrived examples. > > I'm pretty sure that all the examples in Fowler are not contrived > examples: they're real ones from real texts.  And it's not as

### Formatting numbered equations

Hello, I have several questions regarding numbered equations: 1. How does one add punctuation to numbered equations? 2. How does one make the equations be part of a paragraph that begins before and continues after them? 3. How does one continue a numbered equation across multiple

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On 04/19/2010 02:25 PM, Marshall Feldman wrote: Hello, I have several questions regarding numbered equations: 1. How does one add punctuation to numbered equations? 2. How does one make the equations be part of a paragraph that begins before and continues after them? 3. How does one

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

Am 19.04.2010 20:25, schrieb Marshall Feldman: I have several questions regarding numbered equations: At first, please have a look at LyX's Math manual that you find in LyX's help menu. This will give you many info and answers. 1. How does one add punctuation to numbered equations? What

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

Marshall Feldman ma...@... writes: I have several questions regarding numbered equations: 1. How does one add punctuation to numbered equations? Inside the equations, you add punctuation the usual way. After the equation numbers, you don't add punctuation. If you somehow succeed, the

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

Thanks to everyone. I'll have to look at the Math manual. I do, however, want to add one thing: On 4/19/2010 4:09 PM, Uwe Stöhr wrote: (By the way in English there is no comma before the and if the part after the and is the last enumeration in a sentence; like in A, B, C and D are letters.)

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

Am 19.04.2010 22:57, schrieb Marshall Feldman: (By the way in English there is no comma before the and if the part after the and is the last enumeration in a sentence; like in A, B, C and D are letters.) The following comes from the /Chicago Manual of Style/, 15th ed., section 6.18: When a

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On Apr 19, 2010, at 4:18 PM, Uwe Stöhr wrote: Am 19.04.2010 22:57, schrieb Marshall Feldman: (By the way in English there is no comma before the and if the part after the and is the last enumeration in a sentence; like in A, B, C and D are letters.) The following comes from the /Chicago

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On 04/19/2010 04:57 PM, Marshall Feldman wrote: Here's an example of what the CMS is talking about: The meal consisted of soup, salad, and macaroni and cheese. Of course, the better known case is the panda, who eats, shoots and leaves. rh

### Formatting numbered equations

Hello, I have several questions regarding numbered equations: 1. How does one add punctuation to numbered equations? 2. How does one make the equations be part of a paragraph that begins before and continues after them? 3. How does one continue a numbered equation across multiple

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On 04/19/2010 02:25 PM, Marshall Feldman wrote: Hello, I have several questions regarding numbered equations: 1. How does one add punctuation to numbered equations? 2. How does one make the equations be part of a paragraph that begins before and continues after them? 3. How does one

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

Am 19.04.2010 20:25, schrieb Marshall Feldman: I have several questions regarding numbered equations: At first, please have a look at LyX's Math manual that you find in LyX's help menu. This will give you many info and answers. 1. How does one add punctuation to numbered equations? What

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

Marshall Feldman ma...@... writes: I have several questions regarding numbered equations: 1. How does one add punctuation to numbered equations? Inside the equations, you add punctuation the usual way. After the equation numbers, you don't add punctuation. If you somehow succeed, the

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

Thanks to everyone. I'll have to look at the Math manual. I do, however, want to add one thing: On 4/19/2010 4:09 PM, Uwe Stöhr wrote: (By the way in English there is no comma before the and if the part after the and is the last enumeration in a sentence; like in A, B, C and D are letters.)

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

Am 19.04.2010 22:57, schrieb Marshall Feldman: (By the way in English there is no comma before the and if the part after the and is the last enumeration in a sentence; like in A, B, C and D are letters.) The following comes from the /Chicago Manual of Style/, 15th ed., section 6.18: When a

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On Apr 19, 2010, at 4:18 PM, Uwe Stöhr wrote: Am 19.04.2010 22:57, schrieb Marshall Feldman: (By the way in English there is no comma before the and if the part after the and is the last enumeration in a sentence; like in A, B, C and D are letters.) The following comes from the /Chicago

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On 04/19/2010 04:57 PM, Marshall Feldman wrote: Here's an example of what the CMS is talking about: The meal consisted of soup, salad, and macaroni and cheese. Of course, the better known case is the panda, who eats, shoots and leaves. rh

### Formatting numbered equations

Hello, I have several questions regarding numbered equations: 1. How does one add punctuation to numbered equations? 2. How does one make the equations be part of a paragraph that begins before and continues after them? 3. How does one continue a numbered equation across multiple

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On 04/19/2010 02:25 PM, Marshall Feldman wrote: Hello, I have several questions regarding numbered equations: 1. How does one add punctuation to numbered equations? 2. How does one make the equations be part of a paragraph that begins before and continues after them? 3. How does one

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

Am 19.04.2010 20:25, schrieb Marshall Feldman: I have several questions regarding numbered equations: At first, please have a look at LyX's Math manual that you find in LyX's help menu. This will give you many info and answers. 1. How does one add punctuation to numbered equations? What

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

Marshall Feldman writes: > > I have several questions regarding numbered equations: > >1. How does one add punctuation to numbered equations? Inside the equations, you add punctuation the usual way. After the equation numbers, you don't add punctuation. If you somehow succeed,

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

Thanks to everyone. I'll have to look at the Math manual. I do, however, want to add one thing: On 4/19/2010 4:09 PM, Uwe Stöhr wrote: (By the way in English there is no comma before the "and" if the part after the "and" is the last enumeration in a sentence; like in "A, B, C and D are

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

Am 19.04.2010 22:57, schrieb Marshall Feldman: (By the way in English there is no comma before the "and" if the part after the "and" is the last enumeration in a sentence; like in "A, B, C and D are letters.") The following comes from the /Chicago Manual of Style/, 15th ed., section 6.18:

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On Apr 19, 2010, at 4:18 PM, Uwe Stöhr wrote: Am 19.04.2010 22:57, schrieb Marshall Feldman: (By the way in English there is no comma before the "and" if the part after the "and" is the last enumeration in a sentence; like in "A, B, C and D are letters.") The following comes from the

### Re: Formatting numbered equations

On 04/19/2010 04:57 PM, Marshall Feldman wrote: Here's an example of what the CMS is talking about: "The meal consisted of soup, salad, and macaroni and cheese." Of course, the better known case is the panda, who eats, shoots and leaves. rh

### formatting numbered equations

/When all else fails, read the manual--/ So I did, and found how to prevent Lyx from centering numbered equations: use the fleqn option in the Document Class under Settings. This left-justifies the equations, which is not really what I wanted, but it prevents the breaking up of the equation that

### formatting numbered equations

/When all else fails, read the manual--/ So I did, and found how to prevent Lyx from centering numbered equations: use the fleqn option in the Document Class under Settings. This left-justifies the equations, which is not really what I wanted, but it prevents the breaking up of the equation that

### formatting numbered equations

/"When all else fails, read the manual"--/ So I did, and found how to prevent Lyx from centering numbered equations: use the fleqn option in the Document Class under Settings. This left-justifies the equations, which is not really what I wanted, but it prevents the breaking up of the equation