I want to make a fraction 2/3 in LATEX this is what I type: \ ( frac {2} {3} \ ) (without the spaces) and with spaces it up like this: \(frac{2}{3}\) Why isn't this working? Help Please!

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\ ( \frac {2} {3} \ )

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You need a \ before frac:

\ ( \frac {2} {3} \ )

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did u see...it's not working

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\ ( \frac {2} {3} \ )

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thanks!

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