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# 2 Repost of Question

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Hello!

This is my second repost of this question, as nobody answered the first 2 times.

https://web2.0calc.com/questions/repost_9

-Guest

Jan 12, 2019

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I never thought about answering it becasue the presentation was so poor.

I have improved your presentation now and asdf335 has given you an answer.    Thanks asdf335  :))

I have not checked if it is correct partly because I consider that to be your job.

If you do not understand the answer or you think it is incorrect then say so.

Whether you are happy or not please thank asdf335 on the thread for his time.

Also, thank you guest for reposting in this way. This is exactly as it should be done.

Jan 12, 2019
edited by Melody  Jan 12, 2019
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Thanks, I'm reading the answer right now! By poor presentation, do you mean the latex not going to the next line, because I don't know how to do that. If that's not the problem then please tell me. I use this site frequently but haven't made an account yet. I want to improve my questions in the future.

Jan 12, 2019
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Thanks you for responding to me.

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ok that is fine and yes it was the LaTex that i was referring to.

It would be a good idea for you to experiment a little and try and work out basic latex coding that will help.

Did you open the latex box in the ribbon and paste the coding into that ?

Or did you enter it some other way?

Jan 12, 2019
edited by Melody  Jan 12, 2019
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I pasted the coding into the latex box from the Latex Converter that I posted a while ago (the one that got sticked), so I don't actually know latex. Anyways, I'll check out some coding. Do you know any good places to start?

Guest Jan 12, 2019
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i dont think it was that bad, and i just learned this :P

Jan 12, 2019
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Yes we can help here.

You only need to learn a little at a time. As you learn things the pace you are learning  will automatically increase.

To make it go to a new line just add in \\  where you want the line break.  :)

I'll write a little simple code.

I want you to copy it and paste it into the latex box but also add \\  (2 backslashes) prior to the 6+8

Then press ok

Here is the code:

\text{coding practice please make a new line after this}6+8=14

Give it a go.

Jan 12, 2019
edited by Melody  Jan 13, 2019
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If you become a member it will be easier for people to teach you this.

Melody  Jan 12, 2019
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It worked! I'll make an account soon

$$ext{coding practice please make a new line after this}\\6+8=14$$

Guest Jan 12, 2019
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LOL

you didn't copy it properly. The \t   that should have been in front of  "ext... "  is missing and that is why the sentence is not displying properly.

I look forward to you being an account holder :)

Melody  Jan 13, 2019