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@Michele_Laino Are you good at LaTex?
I usually use LaTeX
So sometimes I see people have like variables or equations in the same line with words. How do they do that?

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Blah...\[\large 4x + y\] it just automatically goes to the bottom?
try this: |dw:1444587445837:dw|
Einstein formula \(E= mc^2\)\
It worked!!!
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Einstein formula \(E= mc^2\)
wait woah how do you do that? /(e=mc^2/)
\(e=mc^2\)
it is back slash \(
lol sorry, thanks though!
@Dr.Andrew11 Isn't it awesome!!!
I feel so cool now B)
@Michele_Laino You're the best!
thanks! :)

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