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    centering my equations

    $P(F) = \frac{\displaystyle {8 \choose 3} \cdot {4 \choose 1} }{\displaystyle {12 \choose 4}} = \frac{\displaystyle 224} {\displaystyle 495}$


    i want that to be in the center of my document, how would i go abouts centering this?

    .. it wouldnt work with the math brackets.. Im too noob.. anyways, i dont get on latex how to like centre equations using the arrays and stuff could someone take a minute to explain?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scopur View Post
    $P(F) = \frac{\displaystyle {8 \choose 3} \cdot {4 \choose 1} }{\displaystyle {12 \choose 4}} = \frac{\displaystyle 224} {\displaystyle 495}$


    i want that to be in the center of my document, how would i go abouts centering this?

    .. it wouldnt work with the math brackets.. Im too noob.. anyways, i dont get on latex how to like centre equations using the arrays and stuff could someone take a minute to explain?
    $ ... $ is for inline equations

    try: \[ ... \] for display equations

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