- - 3.6.4 MathML - Rows in Elementary Math msrow

An msrow represents a row in an mstack. In most cases it is implied by the context, but is useful explicitly for putting multiple elements in a single row, such as when placing an operator "+" or "-" alongside a number within an addition or subtraction.

$\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}\text{Msrow - position}\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}133×321123246369$

MathML

```<math >

<mspace linebreak="newline" indentalign="center"></mspace>
<mtext style="border:1px;" mathsize="50">Msrow - position</mtext>

<mspace linebreak="newline" indentalign="center"></mspace>
<mrow style="border:1px;margin:5px"  axis="true" >
<mstack style="border:1px;margin:3px">
<msgroup>
<mn>133</mn>
<msrow><mo>×</mo><mn>321</mn></msrow>
</msgroup>
<msline/>
<msrow><mn>123</mn></msrow>
<msrow position="1"><mn>246</mn></msrow>
<msrow position="2"><mn>369</mn></msrow>
<msline/>
</mstack>
</mrow>

[/itex]
```