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My LaTeX Thingy - Most likely a fail :3

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\(\cal\color{blue}{Ello ~ There!!}\)
\(\dfrac{1}{2}\) + \(\dfrac{59}{23}\) = \(\dfrac{23}{46}\) + \(\dfrac{118}{46}\) = \(\dfrac{141}{46}\) = and I'm stuck can't get the 3 3/46 \(\tt(D;)\)

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What? for real stock with that if you know how to write a fraction? 3\frac{3}{46} there is the latex, and it looks like \[3 \frac{3}{46}\] if you are typing words in side equation editor or other latex, use ~ as a space, the more of ~ you use, the greater the space will be.
Also \[\huge\color{blue}{ 3 \frac{1}{2} }\] use, \huge\color{blue}{ 3 \frac{1}{2} }
you can change color from blue, to red green purple black and so forth.
So, \(\LARGE\color{purple}{ 3 \frac{3}{46} }\)
How would I write exponents
^{ / } ^ { \frac{x}{2} }
you can paste this into the huge latex too.
I meant like 2^2
\[\huge\color{ blue }{\huge {\bbox[5pt, cyan ,border:2px solid purple ]{ 5^ \frac{1}{3} }}}\] \huge\color{ blue }{\huge {\bbox[5pt, cyan ,border:2px solid purple ]{ 5^ \frac{1}{3} }}}
this is also a different way, with a box, you can (carefully) try switching colors.
If you want more, ask.....
Oh sorry I was away, thanks !!
It's fine, yw!
Maybe you can help me with my latex question below?

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