[tex]1 + 2 + 3 + 4 = 10[/tex]

[tex](10*0) + 0 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 3 + 5 + 8 + 13 + 21 + 34 + 55 + 89 =232 [/tex]:cool:

i have a question... this may be stupid... but how do you get the text to look like that?

232 + 5 = 237

You just use [tex]your_equation[/tex] tags around your equation. They work out to be fine. Of course for complicated stuff you might want to actually learn how to do things using tex.

[tex]237 - 230 = 7[/tex]

You just use [tex]your_equation[/tex] tags around your equation. They work out to be fine. Of course for complicated stuff you might want to actually learn how to do things using tex.

Ahh, I see.

[tex]237 - 230 = 7[/tex]

[tex]7 * 7 = 49[/tex] =)

lol I just found that out too by clicking reply and viewing the html code
[tex]49 +1 =50[/tex]

haha, yeah I realized that just then too.

[tex]50*2=100[/tex]

[tex]100*6 + 66=666[/tex]

[tex]666/2=333[/tex]

[tex]333-33=300[/tex]

[tex]300+12=312[/tex]

312-312=0

[tex]0*2397238274982749837598375983982749827983759835983758937598375983749834=0[/tex]

lol..
0-10= -10

[tex]-10-10=-20[/tex]

-20 * -10 = 200

[tex]200-100=100[/tex]

100*100=10000

[tex]10000*8=80000[/tex]

[tex]80000/100000=.8[/tex]

[tex].8 * 5 / 2 = 2[/tex]

2+2=4

[tex]4*4/2=8[/tex]

8+2=10

[tex]10-10=0[/tex]

0-100=-100

tan(-100) = 5.67