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How to produce a "tick" mark using latex? Also i need to know how to show cancellation of a particular term.

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    @ParthKohli ?

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    @hartnn

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    \[\checkmark\]

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    \[\not{9}\]or\[\cancel{9}\]I prefer the latter.

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    `\checkmark` to produce the "tick"; `\not{9}` and `\cancel{9}` respectively to show cancellation.

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    can you show an example to cancel two linear terms in numerator and denominator of a fraction?

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    Yes, \(\dfrac{\cancel{9}^3}{\cancel{3}^1} = \dfrac{3}{1}\).

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    \[\LARGE \checkmark\]

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    `\dfrac{\cancel{9}^3}{\cancel{3}^1}`

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    i see.. 1 more query how to put an equation inside a box ?

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    \[\boxed{e^{\pi i}+1 = 0}\] ``` \boxed{e^{\pi i}+1 = 0} ```

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    thank you very much :)

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    To conclude everything you have asked till now,\[\cancel{\boxed{\checkmark}}\]:-)

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    lols

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    No problem!

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