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kay....INewton, Is loads of help...
\[\frac{6}{5}\times\frac{7}{4} = \frac{6 \times 7}{5 \times 4} = ... \]
See...
42/ 20 then i simplify it?
Yes.
Better to simplify first, then multiply. I'm new here. I clicked on Equation. How do you do a fraction??
I usually find it better to solve then simplify. That is what I was wondering...
If you simplify first you just have to multiply 3 times 7 over 5 times 2. The numbers are smaller.
So how did INewton, how does someone insert a fraction? I clicked on Equation and I didn't see a way to insert a fraction?
oh...okay..hmm..I'll try that next time.....If anyone knows how to do a fraction, Please tell us! Thanks!:)
It can help to simplify first, but there is really no need here. \frac{}{}
There isn't a way with the editor, you have to type in the latex directly.
Ooh....cool...Thanks!
Indeed. Sadly, hardly anyone knows LaTeX these days!
Ah, I see. I wonder why they didn't do that? Lots of other math stuff, but no fractions? Awkward. You can see like half the message posts have fractions... Thanks!!
Well, you typically learn it when you get to university, and a lot of the posters here are still in grade school.
This is a test: \frac{2}{3}
I learnt it when I was 16 ^_^ Badass
Yes you are....
Not quite. You have to surround it with the \( \ ) or \[ \ ] (no spaces)
Try \[ \frac{3}{4}\ ] but remove the spaces
This is a test: \[\frac{2}{3}\]
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Cool!
One part of LaTeX code down, a million or so more to go :D
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lol. I fanned you FF, and I fanned vane....
This is my first visit to OpenStudy. I just jumped in on a random Post. I'm really, really impressed!
yeah...cool, my first visit was, less then a week ago....I've used it SO often....I'm loving this site!
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i didn't do much lol...
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\[\frac{3\sqrt{5}}{7}\] this is just a test

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