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how do you write math problems here?

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use the equation box
\[\Huge \LaTeX \]
or u an draaw it or attach a file

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\[e^{i\pi} = -1 \]
At the moment, you can only write it in the comments unless you know how to use \(\LaTeX\) without the equation editor. Otherwise, just say that the equation is below and use the equation button.
\[\begin{array}{} \quad2 \\ +2 \\ \hline \quad 4 \end{array} \]
if you want to view any code, right click on the equation and select "view math as" then "latex"
dang @ParthKohli that is fancy! i should learn that one
There's a LaTeX Practicing group for further assistance. Let me give the link..
actually that is a lot of typing for \(2+2=4\)
lol just a latex show-off.

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