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I have to do alot of equations in a report, and I was wondering if there is a package for Latex so that I can just cut and paste matlab/excel coding straight into Latex and it will set it out properly. i.e. so that instead of typing \frac{5+x}{4} I can just write (5+x)/4?

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# Cut and paste Matlab coding into Latex for equations

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