About black triangles, if someone wants to use or just click on the image :D

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Really cool, isn't it? I made it with MathType. To generate the cross line, you gotta put {\rlap/}. See the code above.

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- November 7th 2007, 08:47 AMKrizalid
About black triangles, if someone wants to use or just click on the image :D

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Really cool, isn't it? I made it with MathType. To generate the cross line, you gotta put {\rlap/}. See the code above. - November 7th 2007, 11:03 AMThePerfectHacker
Krizalid you so good, are you sure you are not Japanese? :D

- November 7th 2007, 11:06 AMKrizalid
You actually had written this:

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Krizalid you so good at LaTeX that even those crazy Japanese people would be jealous of your skill :D

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I like LaTeX, and I like help on it. - November 7th 2007, 11:49 AMSoroban
I had made up this way to cancel fractions . . .

. . . . . \frac {\not4 ^2} {\not6 _3} = \frac{2}{3}

But I__really__like your "rlap" code . . . it's looks much better!

. . . . \frac{\rlap/4 ^2} { \rlap/6 _3}

Let me try something: . frac{1{\rlap/9}} {{\rlap/9}5} = \frac{1}{5}

. . . . . . .*Ha! It works!*

- November 7th 2007, 01:40 PMJhevon
the thing is, i could not make the strike through go through two symbols, for instance, if you wanted to strike through (cancel) 19, you'd have to do one strike for the 1 and one for the 9. does anyone know how to go through two or more symbols at a time, or am i just being too picky?

- November 7th 2007, 06:20 PMtopsquark
I was just browsing around and found some interesting information on this. I saw an example where x - x was canceled out by a diagonal line and had a 0 in the upper right corner.

I couldn't find code for it, but the article mentioned using the "cancel package." So.......

@MathGuru: Do we have the cancel package loaded into the site?

-Dan - November 8th 2007, 07:13 AMKrizalid