How do I get bigger brackets. I want the small brackets here to be much bigger and cover the entire thing, as in they should stay where they are but be taller:

Whilst I'm here, how do you get logx n

so like log2 32 ....which would be 5?

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- December 23rd 2008, 09:16 AMBruceBigger Brackets
How do I get bigger brackets. I want the small brackets here to be much bigger and cover the entire thing, as in they should stay where they are but be taller:

Whilst I'm here, how do you get logx n

so like log2 32 ....which would be 5? - December 23rd 2008, 09:36 AMflyingsquirrel
Hi,

Use \left( and \right) in place of ( and ), respectively. This way LaTeX will choose the size of the brackets. The following code

Code:`\left( \sqrt[1^0]{\frac{{\sqrt{\frac{198(99^3(99^{-1}))}{99}}}}{\sqrt {2}}} \right)^{sin90\cdot^{cos90\cdot^{tan45\cdot}}}`

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Whilst I'm here, how do you get logx n

- December 23rd 2008, 09:45 AMBruce
Thanks, you've sorted all of my problems. =]

- December 23rd 2008, 07:57 PMJaneBennet
You could improve readability even further (though it gets increasingly frustrating to type).

- December 24th 2008, 02:45 AMBruce
Wow thats really good, how do you do that?

I need the whole of my signature like that =S.