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    Why does LaTeX show one equation but not an identical other?

    Why does LaTeX show one equation but not an identical other?

    $ \frac{5x^3+12x^2+12x+10}{(x^2+4)(x^2+2x+1)}$

    Same code as above:
    $ \frac{5x^3+12x^2+12x+10}{(x^2+4)(x^2+2x+1)}$
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    Re: Why does LaTeX show one equation but not an identical other?

    Quote Originally Posted by TriForce View Post
    Why does LaTeX show one equation but not an identical other?

    $ \frac{5x^3+12x^2+12x+10}{(x^2+4)(x^2+2x+1)}$

    Same code as above:
    $ \frac{5x^3+12x^2+12x+10}{(x^2+4)(x^2+2x+1)}$
    They are not the same code. The first has no "COLOR" codes in it while the second has several including "[/COLOR][COLOR= #333333]" between the numerator and the denominator of the fraction. If you those out you get

    $\frac{5x^3+12x^2+12x+10}{(x^2+4)(x^2+2x+1)}$
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