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2019-01-07 18:20:15 -0600 | answered a question | How to display a complex number with its real part comes before its imaginary part? Well after using the code a couple days, I modified it again and here is a better version. E.g. now 2+(1-sqrt(3))i is typeset as shown v.s. as 2+i+sqrt(3)i in the previous version. |

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2019-01-05 01:09:12 -0600 | commented answer | How to display a complex number with its real part comes before its imaginary part? Thanks. It does what I want! Perhaps, sage should have a built-in function for that task. The codes above typeset a-bi as a+ -bi. but just a minor modification fixes that: |

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2019-01-04 11:17:42 -0600 | commented answer | How to display a complex number with its real part comes before its imaginary part? Thanks, Well, what I want is to make some homework and use sage (sagetex) to do the computations. Now I realize a bigger problem is that sage displays imaginary part in front of the real part. E.g. latex(7+8i) returns 8i + 7. I understand this is a different question but can I get some help here? |

2019-01-04 09:39:35 -0600 | asked a question | How to display a complex number with its real part comes before its imaginary part? Also I would like to have latex(I) output \mathbf{i} instead of just i. Is there a way to do so? |

2016-06-26 09:18:25 -0600 | commented answer | sage automatically expanding polynomial But looks like sage will still expand e.g. 5 |

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