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Dear teachers,
Please help me write the following text in math:
X subscript n equals X subscript zero times 2 to the minus n over 12 power
Thank you very much.
I don't think that is what you want: the "=a" part should not be subscript. Also, use "×" not "*". Only use "*" when you can't use "×" or ".".
So: a.2 or a×2 or even 2a, but try to avoid 2*a.
EDIT:
Actually, without parentheses (these things), we can't be sure exactly how to write your statement but I interpreted it in the same way Raymott did.
Ah, no, it's not what I want and you're right, I took it wrong. As a matter of fact, it tells us to customize the first equation (at post#1) by replacing X subscript zero with a and add b at the end. So, the correct modified equation should be:
Thank you for your tip. I corrected it.
Yes, I'm confused about this, too. According to the given fact (X sub n equals a times 2 to the minus n over 12 power plus b), I don't know if it's compulsory to put parentheses around a x 2^(-n/12). If so then we got: X0 = (a x 2^(-n/12)) + b
I'm totally relying on your comprehension and knowledge. Please!
I only used parentheses because I had to write it without markups.
X0 = (a x 2^(-n/12)) + b
Firstly, the outer parentheses are unnecessary because the b is added last in any case.
X0 = a x 2^(-n/12) + b
But you do need these, because 2^(-n/12) + b is not 2^(-n/12 + b)
and 2^-n/12 + b is ambiguous.
This is something that would be best discussed with your teacher.
This is a test of ^{Superscript} and _{Subscript} text.
I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.
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