test conversion of MathCad to Latex

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  1. May 30, 2019 #1

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    $$\dfrac{2100 lbf}{15 lbf/ft}$$
    $$\dfrac{2100 lbf}{15\dfrac{lbf}{ft^2}}$$
    $$S = \dfrac{2100 lbf}{15\dfrac{lbf}{ft^2}}$$
    $$S = 140 ft^2$$
     
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    Last two are the easiest for me to read.
     
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    Thanks for the input.
     
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    You are quite welcome. Majored in Math; heard of LaTex and Knuth as undergrad.
    Percy in Sopchoppy, FL
     
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    I haven't used LaTex for a number of years. It seems to be mainly used to self type-set papers for various technical journals. It makes beautiful reports but is not user friendly. I have downloaded "TeXstudio" to help me with the correct syntax. Frankly, I was surprised to see it here.
     

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