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    help representing characters/math code

    Im sorry if this isn't the appropriate place in the forum to post this but couldn't see where it might fit in,

    Would anyone be able to change the following from forum 'esq charachters into a more traditional presentation. I want to show it to a friend but He is not familiar with the keyboard style of characters.

    Thankyou if anyone could take care of it.....- bobby


    a=dv/dt=4t

    v=integrate(4t) dt = 2t^2+c at t=0,v=0 so c=0 v=2t^2

    s=integrate(2t^2) dt = (2/3)t^3+c at t=0, s=-15 so c=-15 s=(2/3)t^3-15

    s(5) =(2/3)*5^3-15=68.333
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbymellor View Post
    Im sorry if this isn't the appropriate place in the forum to post this but couldn't see where it might fit in,

    Would anyone be able to change the following from forum 'esq charachters into a more traditional presentation. I want to show it to a friend but He is not familiar with the keyboard style of characters.

    Thankyou if anyone could take care of it.....- bobby


    a=dv/dt=4t

    v=integrate(4t) dt = 2t^2+c at t=0,v=0 so c=0 v=2t^2

    s=integrate(2t^2) dt = (2/3)t^3+c at t=0, s=-15 so c=-15 s=(2/3)t^3-15

    s(5) =(2/3)*5^3-15=68.333
    Two choices:

    1. Go to this subforum http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-help/latex-help/ and learn some basic latex. Then post the result in this thread.

    2. Write it out on a bit of paper and show your friend.
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