# Skabelon:Bigmath

Skabelondokumentation[vis] [redigér] [historik] [opfrisk]

### Brug

Use this template to embed stand-alone formulae in wikitext. The mathematical capabilities of this template are very limited; use tables with `class="texhtml"` for formulae requiring non-linear layout.

### Eksempler

• ``` {{bigmath|{{frac|&part;&sup2;<VAR >f</VAR >|&part;<VAR >r</VAR >&sup2;}} + {{frac|&part;<VAR >f</VAR >|<VAR >r</VAR > &part;<VAR >r</VAR >}} + {{frac|&part;&sup2;<VAR >f</VAR >|<VAR >r</VAR >&sup2;&part;&sup2;<VAR >&theta;</VAR >}} {{=}} 0}} ```

produces:

• ∂²fr² + frr + ∂²fr²∂²θ = 0

Use prefix "1=" to allow simple equals-signs. Italicize letters by double-tic (`''f''`):

• ``` {{bigmath|1={{frac|&part;&sup2; ''f''|&part;''r''&sup2;}} + {{frac|&part;''f''|''r'' &part;''r''}} = 0}} ```

produces:

• ∂² fr² + frr = 0

Note that any extra spaces placed in the template will appear in the output. A long line can be split before any vertical-bar pipe ('|').

### Performance considerations

Template {{bigmath}} can process formulae (or equations) at rates over 220 per second. When template {{frac}} is also used, the rate drops to below 150 equations formatted per second.