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    Latex

    I'm new to both this forum and to latex. How do I get my latex into a thread? I am writing in mathbot, but when I copy and paste, it's huge. Is there a way to type the code inside a thread so that I don't have to bother with resizing and copying and pasting? Thanks.
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    Re: Latex

    \frac{a}{b}

    put [TEX]Your latex[\TEX]
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    Re: Latex

    Quote Originally Posted by Kvandesterren View Post
    I'm new to both this forum and to latex. How do I get my latex into a thread? I am writing in mathbot, but when I copy and paste, it's huge. Is there a way to type the code inside a thread so that I don't have to bother with resizing and copying and pasting? Thanks.
    [TEX]\sum\limits_{r = 2}^n {\frac{2}{{r\left( {{r^2} - 1} \right)}}}[/TEX] gives \sum\limits_{r = 2}^n {\frac{2}{{r\left( {{r^2} - 1} \right)}}}
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