How to place mathematics in section headings
Version: 2.5 - Scientific WorkPlace & Scientific Word
Depending on the style you're using, placing mathematics in section headings can cause problems when you try to compile your document with LaTeX. In certain circumstances, LaTeX doesn't allow mathematics in section headings. However, you may be able to use the \protect command to place mathematical symbols and characters in section headings.
Note The \protect command won't help with complex mathematical constructs such as matrices, tables, binomials and many other fractions. We suggest that you leave those kinds of constructs in the body of your document and create section headings that don't contain complex mathematics.
To use the \protect command to enter mathematical symbols or characters in a section heading:
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