I am unable to use latex. When I copy the code from daum text editor the code doesn't get formatted even though I wrap it in \( ... \).Why the following code doesn't get formatted , I copied it from daum editor .

\(4\times \frac { a+b }{ a-b } { { \sin ^{ 2 } (\alpha -\beta ){ + } } }\frac { (b+c) }{ (b-c) } \sin ^{ 2 } (\beta -\gamma )+\frac { (c+a) }{ (c-a) } \sin ^{ 2 } (\gamma -\alpha ){ + }4\)

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TopNewestFor whatever reason, when you type in

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, you have an extra space between the \ and the (, which is why it doesn't get interpreted accordingly.I've removed the space in your code, and the equation displays perfectly.

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Sir why this code doesn't get formatted \(\cos { 5\theta } \) .I would request you not to format it but tell the fault in the code.

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As I stated, the way that you're typing it up (possibly if you're copying it), there is an (invisible) space between your \ and your (, which is why it doesn't recognize it accordingly.

If you were to edit your comment and remove the space, then it will display accordingly.

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\(4\times \frac { a+b }{ a-b } { { \sin ^{ 2 } (\alpha -\beta ){ + } } }\frac { (b+c) }{ (b-c) } \sin ^{ 2 } (\beta -\gamma )+\frac { (c+a) }{ (c-a) } \sin ^{ 2 } (\gamma -\alpha ){ + }4\)

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@Nihar Mahajan

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