I wanted to type this
$\displaystyle \frac{final size}{original size}$
But with spaces between the words, how can I do that?
Hello, Shakarri!
I wanted to type this
$\displaystyle \frac{final size}{original size}$
But with spaces between the words. .How can I do that?
Prove It is correct.
You can insert a variety of spaces.
$\displaystyle \begin{array}{ccccc}\backslash, & *\,* \\ \backslash: & *\:* \\ \backslash; & *\;*\\ \backslash\text{quad} & *\quad* \\ \backslash\text{qquad} & *\qquad* \end{array}$
You can switch to "text" mode.
\frac{\text{final size}}{\text{original size}} . . $\displaystyle \frac{\text{final size}}{\text{original size}}$
Another interesting trick:
Typing WAY in latex produces $\displaystyle WAY$,
. . with an awkward space inside.
It can be removed with \!
W\!AY . $\displaystyle W\!AY$
W\!\!AY . $\displaystyle W\!\!AY$
This can be used to make "chains".
\bigcirc\!\!\!\!\bigcirc\!\!\!\!\bigcirc\!\!\!\!\b igcirc\;\;\;\;\bigcirc . $\displaystyle \bigcirc\!\!\!\!\bigcirc\!\!\!\! \bigcirc\!\!\!\!\bigcirc\!\!\!\!\bigcirc$
Enjoy!