$\displaystyle \pi^{2+3x}$

i want the + 3x to also be in the exponent so that pi is raised to the power of (2+3x)

How can I do this?

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- Jan 1st 2011, 09:05 PMBugzLooneyhow can i include more in the exponent
$\displaystyle \pi^{2+3x}$

i want the + 3x to also be in the exponent so that pi is raised to the power of (2+3x)

How can I do this? - Jan 1st 2011, 09:10 PMdwsmith
^{}

Bracket it - Jan 12th 2011, 07:57 AMHallsofIvy
In general use { } to group things. In fact, if you want to have actual { } in the formula, you need to use \{ and \}:

$\displaystyle e^{x^3\{2x- 3\}}$

is given by "e^{x^2\{2x- 3\}}"