So, I was trying to type something like dy/dx or dt/dy or a^(n)dy/dx(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

But the problem is: I can't write subscripts on word or nth order derivatives. For my math club, I can't use ^ symbol or dx/dx (must be fraction form). I also need to know how to write the subscripts for y1, y2, y(n-1), y(n) for example.

So how do I do that? The main goal is to be neat and easy to read, since I don't want to confuse people in my mathematics club. (I'm making notes for them)

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# How to type terminology on word document.

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