Re: How to implement batch convertion on equations style.

2009-02-13 Thread Richard Heck

Laser Yuan wrote:

I have attached the sample file bellow. I have put many equations in arrays
since I want to get multiline equation with single label and align them to
the left. But it turned out that elements in the array are not in display
style. Finally, I found using aligned AMS environment is what I desired. I
just need to put all of them to the second column to get them align left.
But situation now is that I have so many equations need to perform this
conversion. Could anybody give a  suggest on what I shall do to minimize the
workload. Thanks in advance!

Laser

  
Am I missing something, or isn't it just a matter of replacing 
\begin{array}{1} with \begin{aligned} ? If so, then you just do it 
in any text editor. For more complex stuff, you can use sed, or perl, or 
awk, or whatever. I tend to use perl, because you can just do this:


#!/usr/bin/perl
while () {
   # operate on $_
   print $_;
}

and get a useful filter quite quickly, which you can then run via:
perl myfilter.pl infile.lyx
and get the output on the console, where you can examine it.

rh


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I have inputed so many equations like this ( faractions, exponentials are
 not in display style, equations aligned to the left, with only one lable):
\begin_inset Formula \begin{equation}
\begin{array}{l}
v^{-}\left(x;a,b\right)=-\left(c^{+}+c^{-}\right)\frac{\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\\
+\frac{\left(h-rc^{+}\right)\exp-\left(\rho_{1}+\rho_{2}\right)b}{r\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)\right)}\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\\
+\frac{\left(p+h\right)\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\left(\rho_{2}\exp-\rho_{2}b-\rho_{1}\exp-\rho_{1}b\right)}{r\left(\rho_{1}-\rho_{2}\right)\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}\\
+\frac{p+rc^{-}}{r}\frac{\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)+\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\end{array}\label{eq:with
one lable}\end{equation}

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What's the quickest way to convert all those equations into this style (all
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\begin{aligned} 
v^{-}\left(x;a,b\right)=-\left(c^{+}+c^{-}\right)\frac{\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\\
 
+\frac{\left(h-rc^{+}\right)\exp-\left(\rho_{1}+\rho_{2}\right)b}{r\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)\right)}\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\\
 
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+\frac{p+rc^{-}}{r}\frac{\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)+\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\end{aligned}
\label{eq:still one lable}\end{equation}

\end_inset


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\end_body
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Re: How to implement batch convertion on equations style.

2009-02-13 Thread Richard Heck

Laser Yuan wrote:

I have attached the sample file bellow. I have put many equations in arrays
since I want to get multiline equation with single label and align them to
the left. But it turned out that elements in the array are not in display
style. Finally, I found using aligned AMS environment is what I desired. I
just need to put all of them to the second column to get them align left.
But situation now is that I have so many equations need to perform this
conversion. Could anybody give a  suggest on what I shall do to minimize the
workload. Thanks in advance!

Laser

  
Am I missing something, or isn't it just a matter of replacing 
\begin{array}{1} with \begin{aligned} ? If so, then you just do it 
in any text editor. For more complex stuff, you can use sed, or perl, or 
awk, or whatever. I tend to use perl, because you can just do this:


#!/usr/bin/perl
while () {
   # operate on $_
   print $_;
}

and get a useful filter quite quickly, which you can then run via:
perl myfilter.pl infile.lyx
and get the output on the console, where you can examine it.

rh


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\begin_layout Standard
I have inputed so many equations like this ( faractions, exponentials are
 not in display style, equations aligned to the left, with only one lable):
\begin_inset Formula \begin{equation}
\begin{array}{l}
v^{-}\left(x;a,b\right)=-\left(c^{+}+c^{-}\right)\frac{\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\\
+\frac{\left(h-rc^{+}\right)\exp-\left(\rho_{1}+\rho_{2}\right)b}{r\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)\right)}\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\\
+\frac{\left(p+h\right)\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\left(\rho_{2}\exp-\rho_{2}b-\rho_{1}\exp-\rho_{1}b\right)}{r\left(\rho_{1}-\rho_{2}\right)\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}\\
+\frac{p+rc^{-}}{r}\frac{\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)+\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\end{array}\label{eq:with
one lable}\end{equation}

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What's the quickest way to convert all those equations into this style (all
 items are in display style )
\begin_inset Formula \begin{equation}
\begin{aligned} 
v^{-}\left(x;a,b\right)=-\left(c^{+}+c^{-}\right)\frac{\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\\
 
+\frac{\left(h-rc^{+}\right)\exp-\left(\rho_{1}+\rho_{2}\right)b}{r\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)\right)}\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\\
 
+\frac{\left(p+h\right)\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\left(\rho_{2}\exp-\rho_{2}b-\rho_{1}\exp-\rho_{1}b\right)}{r\left(\rho_{1}-\rho_{2}\right)\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}\\
 
+\frac{p+rc^{-}}{r}\frac{\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)+\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\end{aligned}
\label{eq:still one lable}\end{equation}

\end_inset


\end_layout

\end_body
\end_document

  




Re: How to implement batch convertion on equations style.

2009-02-13 Thread Richard Heck

Laser Yuan wrote:

I have attached the sample file bellow. I have put many equations in arrays
since I want to get multiline equation with single label and align them to
the left. But it turned out that elements in the array are not in display
style. Finally, I found using aligned AMS environment is what I desired. I
just need to put all of them to the second column to get them align left.
But situation now is that I have so many equations need to perform this
conversion. Could anybody give a  suggest on what I shall do to minimize the
workload. Thanks in advance!

Laser

  
Am I missing something, or isn't it just a matter of replacing 
"\begin{array}{1}" with "\begin{aligned} &"? If so, then you just do it 
in any text editor. For more complex stuff, you can use sed, or perl, or 
awk, or whatever. I tend to use perl, because you can just do this:


#!/usr/bin/perl
while (<>) {
   # operate on $_
   print $_;
}

and get a useful filter quite quickly, which you can then run via:
>perl myfilter.pl 
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\begin_layout Standard
I have inputed so many equations like this ( faractions, exponentials are
 not in display style, equations aligned to the left, with only one lable):
\begin_inset Formula \begin{equation}
\begin{array}{l}
v^{-}\left(x;a,b\right)=-\left(c^{+}+c^{-}\right)\frac{\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\\
+\frac{\left(h-rc^{+}\right)\exp-\left(\rho_{1}+\rho_{2}\right)b}{r\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)\right)}\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\\
+\frac{\left(p+h\right)\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\left(\rho_{2}\exp-\rho_{2}b-\rho_{1}\exp-\rho_{1}b\right)}{r\left(\rho_{1}-\rho_{2}\right)\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}\\
+\frac{p+rc^{-}}{r}\frac{\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)+\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\end{array}\label{eq:with
one lable}\end{equation}

\end_inset


\end_layout

\begin_layout Standard
What's the quickest way to convert all those equations into this style (all
 items are in display style )
\begin_inset Formula \begin{equation}
\begin{aligned} &
v^{-}\left(x;a,b\right)=-\left(c^{+}+c^{-}\right)\frac{\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\\
 &
+\frac{\left(h-rc^{+}\right)\exp-\left(\rho_{1}+\rho_{2}\right)b}{r\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)\right)}\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\\
 &
+\frac{\left(p+h\right)\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\left(\rho_{2}\exp-\rho_{2}b-\rho_{1}\exp-\rho_{1}b\right)}{r\left(\rho_{1}-\rho_{2}\right)\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}\\
 &
+\frac{p+rc^{-}}{r}\frac{\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)+\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\end{aligned}
\label{eq:still one lable}\end{equation}

\end_inset


\end_layout

\end_body
\end_document

  




How to implement batch convertion on equations style.

2009-02-12 Thread Laser Yuan
I have attached the sample file bellow. I have put many equations in arrays
since I want to get multiline equation with single label and align them to
the left. But it turned out that elements in the array are not in display
style. Finally, I found using aligned AMS environment is what I desired. I
just need to put all of them to the second column to get them align left.
But situation now is that I have so many equations need to perform this
conversion. Could anybody give a  suggest on what I shall do to minimize the
workload. Thanks in advance!

Laser

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I have inputed so many equations like this ( faractions, exponentials are
 not in display style, equations aligned to the left, with only one lable):
\begin_inset Formula \begin{equation}
\begin{array}{l}
v^{-}\left(x;a,b\right)=-\left(c^{+}+c^{-}\right)\frac{\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\\
+\frac{\left(h-rc^{+}\right)\exp-\left(\rho_{1}+\rho_{2}\right)b}{r\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)\right)}\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\\
+\frac{\left(p+h\right)\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\left(\rho_{2}\exp-\rho_{2}b-\rho_{1}\exp-\rho_{1}b\right)}{r\left(\rho_{1}-\rho_{2}\right)\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}\\
+\frac{p+rc^{-}}{r}\frac{\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)+\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\end{array}\label{eq:with
one lable}\end{equation}

\end_inset


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What's the quickest way to convert all those equations into this style (all
 items are in display style )
\begin_inset Formula \begin{equation}
\begin{aligned} 
v^{-}\left(x;a,b\right)=-\left(c^{+}+c^{-}\right)\frac{\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\\
 
+\frac{\left(h-rc^{+}\right)\exp-\left(\rho_{1}+\rho_{2}\right)b}{r\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)\right)}\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\\
 
+\frac{\left(p+h\right)\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\left(\rho_{2}\exp-\rho_{2}b-\rho_{1}\exp-\rho_{1}b\right)}{r\left(\rho_{1}-\rho_{2}\right)\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}\\
 
+\frac{p+rc^{-}}{r}\frac{\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)+\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\end{aligned}
\label{eq:still one lable}\end{equation}

\end_inset


\end_layout

\end_body
\end_document


How to implement batch convertion on equations style.

2009-02-12 Thread Laser Yuan
I have attached the sample file bellow. I have put many equations in arrays
since I want to get multiline equation with single label and align them to
the left. But it turned out that elements in the array are not in display
style. Finally, I found using aligned AMS environment is what I desired. I
just need to put all of them to the second column to get them align left.
But situation now is that I have so many equations need to perform this
conversion. Could anybody give a  suggest on what I shall do to minimize the
workload. Thanks in advance!

Laser

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I have inputed so many equations like this ( faractions, exponentials are
 not in display style, equations aligned to the left, with only one lable):
\begin_inset Formula \begin{equation}
\begin{array}{l}
v^{-}\left(x;a,b\right)=-\left(c^{+}+c^{-}\right)\frac{\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\\
+\frac{\left(h-rc^{+}\right)\exp-\left(\rho_{1}+\rho_{2}\right)b}{r\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)\right)}\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\\
+\frac{\left(p+h\right)\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\left(\rho_{2}\exp-\rho_{2}b-\rho_{1}\exp-\rho_{1}b\right)}{r\left(\rho_{1}-\rho_{2}\right)\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}\\
+\frac{p+rc^{-}}{r}\frac{\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)+\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\end{array}\label{eq:with
one lable}\end{equation}

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What's the quickest way to convert all those equations into this style (all
 items are in display style )
\begin_inset Formula \begin{equation}
\begin{aligned} 
v^{-}\left(x;a,b\right)=-\left(c^{+}+c^{-}\right)\frac{\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\\
 
+\frac{\left(h-rc^{+}\right)\exp-\left(\rho_{1}+\rho_{2}\right)b}{r\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)\right)}\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\\
 
+\frac{\left(p+h\right)\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\left(\rho_{2}\exp-\rho_{2}b-\rho_{1}\exp-\rho_{1}b\right)}{r\left(\rho_{1}-\rho_{2}\right)\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}\\
 
+\frac{p+rc^{-}}{r}\frac{\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)+\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\end{aligned}
\label{eq:still one lable}\end{equation}

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How to implement batch convertion on equations style.

2009-02-12 Thread Laser Yuan
I have attached the sample file bellow. I have put many equations in arrays
since I want to get multiline equation with single label and align them to
the left. But it turned out that elements in the array are not in display
style. Finally, I found using aligned AMS environment is what I desired. I
just need to put all of them to the second column to get them align left.
But situation now is that I have so many equations need to perform this
conversion. Could anybody give a  suggest on what I shall do to minimize the
workload. Thanks in advance!

Laser

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I have inputed so many equations like this ( faractions, exponentials are
 not in display style, equations aligned to the left, with only one lable):
\begin_inset Formula \begin{equation}
\begin{array}{l}
v^{-}\left(x;a,b\right)=-\left(c^{+}+c^{-}\right)\frac{\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\\
+\frac{\left(h-rc^{+}\right)\exp-\left(\rho_{1}+\rho_{2}\right)b}{r\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)\right)}\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\\
+\frac{\left(p+h\right)\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\left(\rho_{2}\exp-\rho_{2}b-\rho_{1}\exp-\rho_{1}b\right)}{r\left(\rho_{1}-\rho_{2}\right)\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}\\
+\frac{p+rc^{-}}{r}\frac{\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)+\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\end{array}\label{eq:with
one lable}\end{equation}

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What's the quickest way to convert all those equations into this style (all
 items are in display style )
\begin_inset Formula \begin{equation}
\begin{aligned} &
v^{-}\left(x;a,b\right)=-\left(c^{+}+c^{-}\right)\frac{\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\\
 &
+\frac{\left(h-rc^{+}\right)\exp-\left(\rho_{1}+\rho_{2}\right)b}{r\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)\right)}\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\\
 &
+\frac{\left(p+h\right)\left(\exp\left(\rho_{1}x+\rho_{2}a\right)-\exp\left(\rho_{2}x+\rho_{1}a\right)\right)\left(\rho_{2}\exp-\rho_{2}b-\rho_{1}\exp-\rho_{1}b\right)}{r\left(\rho_{1}-\rho_{2}\right)\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}\\
 &
+\frac{p+rc^{-}}{r}\frac{\left(\exp\rho_{1}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(x-b\right)-\exp\rho_{1}\left(a-b\right)+\exp\rho_{2}\left(a-b\right)\right)}{\exp\rho_{1}\left(b-a\right)-\exp\rho_{2}\left(b-a\right)}\end{aligned}
\label{eq:still one lable}\end{equation}

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