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Is there an easy way to put spaces in LaTeX text? \[This is wrong\] \(This\) \(isn't\) but it takes way too much effort for loner text.

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yea thats why I get tired of using it, it takes up to much time
In order of decreasing space length: \qquad, \quad, \; \, There's a couple more commands you can use, but you should get whatever you want using those commands. You can also add negative space with the command \!
\[Thank\ you.\]

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\(\large \color{green}{\mathbf{Welcome \qquad To \qquad Openstudy..}}\)
\[\Huge{\color{red}{\mathbb{Welcome \space \space Openstudy}}}\]
\(Happy\) \(Birthday!!\)
you can also use the \\([\)text{This does work}\\(]\) command as follows:\[\text{This does work}\]
Or "~"
yeah, you can do `\(latex~latex\)` and it gives \(latex~latex\)

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