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What offers makes life easier by displaying any formula or equation in a natural way, the way they appear on paper. For example you don't have to suffer by looking at expression like this sqrt((2x^2-3x+18)/(5*(sin(x)^3)) by wondering what is where!. displays this equation the same way it appears on paper like: .

So post your question and people will see it exactly the way they appear on books.

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