Hi!

I am working on a book that is using Latex + Mathjax, and I have two formatting problems I am trying to find workarounds for (You can find the book here: https://pressbooks.bccampus.ca/mark/) :

- The authors want the equations to display by default quite a bit larger than the rest of the text. In the webbook, I’ve accomplished this by adding
`class="big"`

to the latex equations in the editor, which I’ve set in the CSS to be:

.big {

font-size: 175%

}

However, this does not work when the equations are displayed in the PDF. Is there a way to increase the size of equations in the PDF also? I’ve tried img.mathjax { max-width: 175%;} with no success.

- There are a few cases where I want fractions to appear inline. This works in the webbook, but in the PDF, the equations are always centred (See screenshots below). Is there a way to get latex equations to display inline in the PDF?

**Display of inline latex equations in webbook**

**Display of inline latex equations in PDF**