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zketrouble

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*i*, derivative operator, etc.?

Thanks!

PS to admins: Sorry if this is in the wrong place, I wasn't sure where I should put it.

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zketrouble

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Thanks!

PS to admins: Sorry if this is in the wrong place, I wasn't sure where I should put it.

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HallsofIvy

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Use "LaTex" which is really a typesetting program that converts "text" into math symbols. On this particular board, you start with [ tex ] and end with [ \tex ] (without the space which I had to put in so they would show.

[ tex ]\frac{d e^{3x}}{dx}= 3e^{3x}[ /tex ]

without the spaces gives

[tex]\frac{d e^{3x}}{dx}= 3e^{3x}[/tex]

There is a tutorial on LaTex at the top of the thread list at

https://www.physicsforums.com/forumdisplay.php?f=151

[ tex ]\frac{d e^{3x}}{dx}= 3e^{3x}[ /tex ]

without the spaces gives

[tex]\frac{d e^{3x}}{dx}= 3e^{3x}[/tex]

There is a tutorial on LaTex at the top of the thread list at

https://www.physicsforums.com/forumdisplay.php?f=151

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The Latex code to each formula is revealed in a small window when placing the cursor on the formula.

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