I create a lot of tables using matrix definition tools. Does anybody have a method of "bolding" titles within a matrix (or a better way to handle tables)? Here's an example: http://socratic.org/questions/what-are-the-kinds-of-inequalities-will-you-please

1 Answer
Sep 8, 2015

Answer:

Yes.

Explanation:

The link to the qustion used as an example

http://socratic.org/questions/what-are-the-kinds-of-inequalities-will-you-please-explain-their-differences-and?source=search

Yes, you can bold text that's written in between quote marks by using the command bb.

Here's how that would look

  • without the hashtags

{("test without bb"), (bb "test with bb") :}

  • with the hashtags

#{("test without bb"), (bb "test with bb") :}#

Here's how that would look for your table

#{: (bb "relation", bb"symbol", color(white)("XXXX"), bb "examples"), ("not equal"," "!=, color(white)("XXXX"),3 !=4color(white)("XX")19!= 7), ("less than", " "< , color(white)("XXXX"),3 < 4color(white)("XX")7 < 19), ("greater than", " "> , color(white)("XXXX"),4 > 3color(white)("XX")19 > 7), ("less than or equal"," "<=, color(white)("XXXX"),3 <=4color(white)("XX")7 <= 7), ("greater than or equal"," "!=, color(white)("XXXX"),3 >=4color(white)("XX")19>= 197) :}#