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How do i type on the next line using the equation editor?

LaTeX Practicing! :)
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\[ ax^2+bx+c=0 \newline x=\frac{-b \pm \sqrt{b^2-4ac}}{2a} \]
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i can't figure it out i'm sorry :(

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same here
by the way we did figure it out from previous post whoever was wondering lol
lol lemme try again :P
lol
\[{\begin array} \\akshay \\myin {\end array}\]
opps
{ } put these around the array
being {array} or {begin array} ?
first
\[\begin {array} \\myin \\YOU\\ARE\\Greatest \end{array}\]
Aha!
\[\begin{array} \\ you \\ are \\ so \\ sweet \end{array} \]
\[Akshay= sweet ? \]
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that's right! :)
to type in next line you just need to write: \\ however it's disabled here so you need to use workarounds like array
Instead of matrix you can use the align enviroment
\[\begin{align*} a_{11}& =b_{11}& a_{12}& =b_{12}\\ a_{21}& =b_{21}& a_{22}& =b_{22}+c_{22} \end{align*}\]
You can find more information here: ftp://ftp.ams.org/ams/doc/amsmath/short-math-guide.pdf

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