I wanted to type some really good problems on brilliant but due to involvement of power of x in it i could only write it as x3 or x2. i wanted help from you members about enabling subscript and superscript in typing the problems, please help.

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Who are you, Which Subject are you talking about and why are you writing silly comments on my posts. It's none of your bussiness that in which school I studu but I can assure you that it ia definitely better than the school You studied in. Better Mind your own bussiness.

When you write a post ie question, on the right bottom of the body space, there is an iconof format guide and another of chrome sign which you click to see LaTeX and it opens the chromestore where (on downloading) you can write the scientific symbols

If you want to type any expression you should put them into ')' ''
Suppose if you want to type \(x^2 then you should first write x^2 and then put them into the brackets i told earlier $WITHOUT ANY SPACE$.

Also if you put your cursor on $x^2$ for few seconds , the code will be displayed and you can know how to type the expressions.

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TopNewestu are soooo poor in this subject kushagra ...where do u study... GOVT Sr. Scondary Boys School ???

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Who are you, Which Subject are you talking about and why are you writing silly comments on my posts. It's none of your bussiness that in which school I studu but I can assure you that it ia definitely better than the school You studied in. Better Mind your own bussiness.

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You can take a photo of the hand written question and attach it or use LaTeX

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Satyajit that's what i am asking. what is latex ?

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When you write a post ie question, on the right bottom of the body space, there is an iconof format guide and another of chrome sign which you click to see LaTeX and it opens the chromestore where (on downloading) you can write the scientific symbols

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You can use this symbol " ^ " and then enter the power otherwise I don't know if there is any option for superscript.

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I did that only but it doesn't look good

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Use LaTEx

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If you want to type any expression you should put them into ')' '' Suppose if you want to type \(x^2 then you should first write x^2 and then put them into the brackets i told earlier $WITHOUT ANY SPACE$.

Also if you put your cursor on $x^2$ for few seconds , the code will be displayed and you can know how to type the expressions.

Hope you have understood.

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