## Which of the following produces a horizontal space in mathematical equations?

The \rule command is used to produce horizontal lines. The arguments are defined as follows.

## How do I reduce spacing in overleaf?

Using LaTeX packages: setspace and parskip

- skip : specify \parskip , the vertical space between paragraphs;
- tocskip : specify a non-zero \parskip value for use in \tableofcontents and similar lists;
- indent : set the value of \parindent , the paragraph indentation;

**Which is the correct syntax in LaTeX for creating a horizontal line?**

\rule Command in LaTeX When you want to create a horizontal line in LaTeX of any length and thickness, the \rule command is the easiest one to use. Simply type \rule{length}{thickness} with your chosen line length and thickness in the place of the two placeholder words in the example.

### How do you put spaces between words in latex?

To generate a space after a text-producing command you can use \. I wrote this on \today .

### How do you change line spacing in overleaf?

**How do you stop centering in LaTeX?**

Just put \begin{center} when you want to start centering, and \end{center} when you want to stop centering. (If you want to center everything until the end of the document, you still need an \end{center} before the \end{document} at the end of the source file. The code above should give you something like this.

#### How do I make 1.5 spacing in LaTex?

Multiply with \linespread , so you get 1.25*1.2 = 1.5, so one-half.

#### How do I change line spacing in LaTex?

To change line spacing in the whole document use the command \linespread covered in Text Formatting. Alternatively, you can use the sepackage{setspace} package, which is also covered in Text Formatting.

**How do you change line spacing in LaTeX overleaf?**

## How do I write an equation in latex?

– F_n = \\begin {cases} – 0 & \ext {if $n=0$} \\\\ – 1 & \ext {if $n=1$} \\\\ – F_ {n-1} + F_ {n-2} & \ext {otherwise} – \\end {cases}

## What is the formula for latex?

LaTeX Math Symbols,by L. Kocbach

**How to add spaces in latex?**

chroot said: You’re not really supposed to insert your own spaces. LaTeX takes care of the spacing of mathematical symbols automatically. If you really do need to insert a space, try the symbol , – Warren. The tilde, ~, works for this, and I believe that the ampersand, &, works as well.

### How to type differential equation in latex?

– \\int^a_b for integral symbol – \\frac {u} {v} for fractions – \\sqrt {x} for square roots