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asnaseer

  • 4 years ago

How to write fractions.

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  1. asnaseer
    • 4 years ago
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    You can enter fractions like this: \\([\)\\(\)frac{numerator}{denominator}\\(]\) e.g.: \\([\)\\(\)frac{4}{9}\\(]\) will produce:\[\frac{4}{9}\]

  2. myininaya
    • 4 years ago
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    i don't get something asaseer how do you write what we are suppose to type without it showing in latex

  3. asnaseer
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    I'll show you in the OS Feedback chat window

  4. myininaya
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    ok

  5. myininaya
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    \\[\\[ \frac{4}{9} \\] \\]

  6. asnaseer
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    too many backslashes :)

  7. myininaya
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    \\([\)\\(frac\){4}{9}\\(]\)

  8. myininaya
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    \\([\)\\(frac\){4}{9}\\(]\) wow that is a lot of extra symbols

  9. asnaseer
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    sure is - but worth it when trying to teach :)

  10. myininaya
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    thanks you are super! :)

  11. asnaseer
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    yw

  12. Tomas.A
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    you don't have to write frac in latex it would make less symbols

  13. aroub
    • 4 years ago
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    I've always wanted to know how to write fractions! Test : \[\frac{5}{6}\]

  14. aroub
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    Cool! Thankss :D

  15. asnaseer
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    yw

  16. karangajwani
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    \frac{\[\Pi \epsilon \iota \iota \sigma\]

  17. Mr.Math
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    We can also use {top \over bottom} as in {3\over 4} gives \({3\over 4}\).

  18. asnaseer
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    neat! - I didn't know that.

  19. Tomas.A
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    but it's very limited? with this you can write only one fraction and that's it? or am i missing something?

  20. asnaseer
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    Tomas: do you mean you can't do this with Mr.Maths suggestion?:\[\frac{x^2+3}{y-6}\]

  21. asnaseer
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    Looks like you can:\[{x^2+3\over y-6}\]

  22. Mr.Math
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    You can! \[{x^2+3x-1 \over {4x^2-5x \over 3-x} +2x-1}\]

  23. asnaseer
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    brilliant! this is going to save me a lot of typing - thanks again Mr.Maths - maybe you should be renamed to Mr.Latex for this group? :D

  24. Mr.Math
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    Lol, I'm not that good with Latex. I learned few things from your posts today, thank YOU! ;-)

  25. asnaseer
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    always a pleasure doing business with you Mr.Latex :)

  26. Mr.Math
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    Haha, The pleasure is all mine Mr.Have-it-all :)

  27. asnaseer
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    lol! :D

  28. Tomas.A
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    but its only fractions or more fractions inside fractions, for example can you make? \[5+\frac12\] don't write it as \(11\over2\) :P

  29. Mr.Math
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    5+{1\over 2}?

  30. Tomas.A
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    ah you can use {} inside

  31. Mr.Math
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    Obviously :P

  32. aroub
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    This is cool! :) Btw, can you write fractions using the equation box?

  33. Tomas.A
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    yes if you type it in equation editor by hand but without \ :D

  34. aroub
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    'box' lol sorry :P Oh okay! Thank youu :D

  35. Tomas.A
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    i didn't notice that you called it box but i think it's ok lol

  36. aroub
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    Yeah..Yeah..It's okay! lol :D

  37. ParthKohli
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    @asnaseer there's another one - a \over b :)

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