
1. Re: Displaying Fractions and Other Mathematical Things in Numbers
Wayne Contello Apr 18, 2013 5:01 AM in response to BlueReaper46I sugget continuing with Grapher but when printing select the pdf button in the print dialog (bottomright corner), then select "Open PDF in Preview".
now you can use the rectangular selection tool in Preview (select the menu item "Tools > Rectangluar Selection", to select then copy items to Numbers where you can place and scale as needed.

2. Re: Displaying Fractions and Other Mathematical Things in Numbers
jaxjason Apr 18, 2013 5:22 AM in response to BlueReaper46twenty years ago we did this by writting it nice and large on a peice of paper, then using this thing called a copier to scale it down to size nicely. Today, You could esaily scan in a full size version, then drop it into a program like numbers or keynote and scale it to the right size.

3. Re: Displaying Fractions and Other Mathematical Things in Numbers
YB24 Apr 18, 2013 5:05 PM in response to BlueReaper46Hello BlueReaper46,
Did you try this :
Launch Grapher.app in Apple Applications Utilities :
2D window
equation editor (above the graph place)
select and copy in the equation editor
paste into a TextEdit or Pages etc. page with your text.
Grapher How to for equation editor in "Instruction for Use  Grapher" pages 4954 on website
http://y.barois.free.fr/grapher/
Also you may use MathType (full or lite), very convenient for Pages.app
YB24 19/04/2013
Here is an example showing a nice size for a math expression :

4. Re: Displaying Fractions and Other Mathematical Things in Numbers
YB24 Apr 18, 2013 5:50 PM in response to BlueReaper46Cancelled

5. Re: Displaying Fractions and Other Mathematical Things in Numbers
YB24 Apr 19, 2013 4:40 PM in response to BlueReaper46Hi,
I understand (may be I’m wrong) you want to type 25 mathematical expressions, that is 25 lines (?), on a very small card 3“x5“, i.e. 76.2x127 mm in current international units.
That means 127/25 = 5.08 mm i.e. 2/10 inch height for each formula.
Of course this can be done on a special size of paper 3“x5“ printing (menu File > Page Setup… to enter a customised paper format  beware of printer margins) for a Word or Pages window :
— launch Grapher.app from Applications Utilities ;
— type the first equation in the Grapher Equation Editor field ;
— select and copy it ;
— paste it into the Pages or Word page 3“x5“ window ;
— Pages.app allows you to place this equation anywhere you want and to change its size as you like (bigger or smaller), I presume that Microsoft Word can do the same ;
— same process for each equation…
May I ask these questions : how to use such a card ? Is it not better to learn your math course ? Did you write your own list of formulae on a small notebook in order to read it every two or three days, at least once a week ? I’m 76 now and my notebooks for mathematics, mechanics, probability, physics, etc. are still readable after 57 years or 44 for the youngest one, and I’m not a math teacher !
Don’t forget your card and microscope for your exam…
So long,
YB24

6. Re: Displaying Fractions and Other Mathematical Things in Numbers
BlueReaper46 Apr 21, 2013 10:36 AM in response to YB24The reason for this card is it is a few "given" equations, equations that we will see numerous times, such as the summation approximation for sine, cosine, e^x, or the integral for certain equations. Those equations are only given because we are not required to memorize them, but what to do with them. Such as giving the summation approximation for e^(x^2), if you want a simple example of the use. Another purpose of this card is what you said, memorizing. As we use the card over and over we start to memorize the equations on it, just from using them so often.
It cuts down on how much we need to memorize for our final exam, but trust me, not by much.
I want to type it for 2 reasons:
1. I have horrible handwriting.
2. I want to share the typed version with my teacher so he can share it with future classes if he wants to.

7. Re: Displaying Fractions and Other Mathematical Things in Numbers
YB24 Apr 21, 2013 6:39 PM in response to BlueReaper46Hi !
Thanks for your explanations.
I built a small table 3“x5“ this way :
— launch Pages.app (and not Numbers) ;
— choose a usual page size (for me it was A4 210x297 mm (8.3“x11.7“)
— Menu Insert >Table with 2 columns 3.81 cm (1.5“), and 13 rows 0.97 cm (0.385“), no headers, no footer, uncheck Automaticaly resize to fit content (Inspector Table) ;
— select the whole table, Inspector Text : Center Text, Align to the middle, Spacing Line 1, others 0.
When you’ll print this work with the printer set to 100 % you’ll get a 3“x5“ table on the A4 sheet of paper.
Next job is to fill up the table with formilae :
— launch Grapher.app (Applications Utilities), 2D window ;
— enter ONE formula in the Equation Editor (above the graph place) ;
— select and copy it ;
— paste it into the Pages window, but Out of the table ;
— Inspector Wrap : check Floating, uncheck Object causes wrap ;
— select the formula in Pages, ajust its size to fit a place in the table (maximum 1.5“ long and 0.385“ high) ;
— drag it to its right place on the table.
That’s it for one equation.
Repeat the process 26 times… I tried an example using 19 equations in 20 cells of the table (I had to merge two cells for a long formula).
I must say all equations are readable even for my old eyes !
Good luck for your exam,

8. Re: Displaying Fractions and Other Mathematical Things in Numbers
BlueReaper46 Apr 21, 2013 6:52 PM in response to YB24Thanks a lot! I downloaded MathType Trial and got it all done(The problem with Grapher is I can not do Indefinite Integrals). I had miscounted, I only needed 23 slots, so I did a 6x4 table. Only one equation is difficult to read because it is so long. I am going to check with my teacher, I should be able to use both sides of the card and that'll make life easier.
Thanks so much, honestly this will help. I will probably be using this card for awhile and this will help!