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Is it possible to write more than 1 equation in LO Math? [closed]

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Closed as off topic by Monica Cellio‭ on Jul 11, 2021 at 22:31

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I was using Libre Office Math. I thought I can write multiple equations in LO Math. But, I noticed I can't write more than one equation. I was trying to write multi-line. Unfortunately, I couldn't. Is it possible to write more than 1 equation in LO Math?

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I was trying to write multi-line way. Even, I had looked at every tool also. Even, when I import a Math equation that doesn't make multiline (that's written as side line). Libre Office was very useful to me. But, I forgot how to write Formula that's why I chose LO Math. But, when I faced the problem I just visited LO Office. Than, found how to write equation. Usually LO uses MathJax. We use \ for "everything" (like \frac{}{} you don't backslash in LO) but, while writing equation in LO you don't have to write backslash.

To write Math equation :

Insert -> Object -> Formula

Then, LO Math will show. Then, you can write equation.

formula tool

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