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0-n - Mannigfaltigkeiten, exotische Sphären und by Friedrich Hirzebruch, Karl H. Mayer

By Friedrich Hirzebruch, Karl H. Mayer

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2 (Sep. 1st 1997). Copyright © 1994-97 by Addison Wesley Longman, Inc. All rights reserved. 7 Examples of Multiple-Line Equation Structures 259 This was generated with: {\setlength{\multlinegap}{0pt} \begin{multline*}\tag*{[a]} ... 53) C(E, θ, r) ≡ c(e, θ, r). 54) e∈E This was generated with: \begin{gather} D(a,r) \equiv \{ z \in \mathbf{C}: |z-a|

This means that the \theoremheaderfont will inherit characteristics of the \theorembodyfont if the NFSS is being used. 2 (Sep. 1st 1997). Copyright © 1994-97 by Addison Wesley Longman, Inc. All rights reserved. ” If this is not desired you should set it to something like \theoremheaderfont{\normalfont\bfseries}. That is, you should supply all the necessary font information explicitly. See chapter 7 for more details about how to do that. 9 Mathematical Style Parameters This section explains how you can globally control the style of your mathematical formulae, and how you can modify the size of certain (sub)formula elements.

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