i tried to type in x to the 1/3 and x to the 4/3 but was unsuccesful, can anyone also help me with typing those in. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Jim Marnell i tried to type in x to the 1/3 and x to the 4/3 but was unsuccesful, can anyone also help me with typing those in. Thanks! that is correct. when your power has more than one "element", you must encapsulate the power in {} brackets, that is, type [tex]x^{4/3}[/tex] to get the same holds trough for any group of symbols you want to keep in a group. subscripts, superscripts, etc
Originally Posted by Jim Marnell i tried to type in x to the 1/3 and x to the 4/3 but was unsuccesful, can anyone also help me with typing those in. Thanks! Your answer is correct and here is the code x^{\frac{4}{3}}
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