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## Main Question or Discussion Point

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\frac{12.34 - 12.33}{12.33} x 100 = 0.054

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\frac{12.34 - 12.33}{12.33} x 100 = 0.054

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[tex]

\frac{12.34 - 12.33}{12.33} x 100 = 0.054

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\frac{12.34 - 12.33}{12.33} x 100 = 0.054

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\frac{\mid 12.34 - 12\frac{1}{3} \mid}{12\frac{1}{3}} \times 100\% = 0.054\%

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\frac{\mid 12.34 - 12\frac{1}{3} \mid}{12\frac{1}{3}} \times 100\% = 0.054\%

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Glad you got it to work though

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ohh wow, that works too. thanks.

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This is pretty cool. I always wondered how people did that. I just learned something

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And even better yet would be to use the https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=8997" just for testing Latex.

Glad you got it to work though

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