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Runaway argument

Postby h0ps » Mon Nov 19, 2012 1:04 am

Hi everyone

I get a runaway with this equation. I can't seem to find the error, but I'm new to this latex thing, so I hope you guys can help me out?

  1. \begin{align}
  2. (1-\psi)\left( (a^{2}+bc)\pi_{t+1|t}+(a+d)by_{t}+(1+a)p+bq \right) =a\pi_{t+1|t}+by_{t}+p-\psi\pi_{t+1|t}-\kappa\left( c\pi_{t+1|t}+dy_{t}+q \right) \\
  3. (1-\gamma)\left( (a+d)c\pi_{t+1|t}+(d^{2}+bc)y_{t}+cp+(1+d)q \right) \sigma \left( a\pi_{t+1|t}+by_{t}+p \right) = c\pi_{t+1|t}+dy_{t}+q-\gamma y_{t}+\sigma \left({ f_{0}+f_{\pi}\pi_{t+1|t)+f_{y}y_{t}} \right)
  4. \end{align}

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Postby Stefan Kottwitz » Mon Nov 19, 2012 1:31 am

It's just caused by a parenthesis which should be a brace, near the end, the last one here:

  1. \pi_{t+1|t}

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Postby h0ps » Mon Nov 19, 2012 1:52 am

Damn you braces!! :p

Thx a lot. Nice with good people around this community!

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