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If you are tired of writing \space all the time for the space in LaTeX, then you can right "\" instead, for example, This \ is \ how \ you \ do \ it.

Which is $This \ is \ how \ you \ do \ it.$ with spaces in between

 Jun 14, 2022
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That's cool I didn't know that!!

 

Thanks, guest!! Saves a lot of time!!!

 Jun 14, 2022
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wow thanks! I really never heard of it!

 Jun 14, 2022
edited by hipie  Jun 14, 2022
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Very helpful!!

 Jun 14, 2022
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Use can also use these ~ or \quad \qquad etc. 

 

Like this $you~can~use~space~easily$

 Jun 14, 2022
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Or you can use "\mathrm{}", for example: \(\mathrm{Factor}\:4x^4-12x^3+8x^2+12x-1\)

 

You see how the word "Factor" is in normal font...

 

You can do that!!!! cool

 Jun 14, 2022
edited by Vinculum  Jun 14, 2022
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$\mathrm{Omg \ it \ actually \ works}$

Guest Jun 14, 2022
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Im too lazy to learn LaTex

Elijah  Jun 14, 2022
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This honestly should be posted in the sticky topics (in my opinion

 Jun 14, 2022

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