# How do you superscript left in Word?

## How do you superscript left in Word?

**Inserting left-subscripts**

- At the place in the document where you want to
**insert**the**left subscript**, ... - Click the control with e^x (e and a superscripted x) on it.
- In the pane that opens, click the option with an array of 3 boxes, two of. ...
- In the Equation Equator control, type a space in the upper
**left**-hand box, ... - Press End twice.

## How do you superscript double in Word?

**Microsoft Word: How to Make a Double Superscript**

- Type the characters as normal.
- Select the character to be raised twice, and raise it once using the normal
**superscript**button. - Select the character again and open the font dialog box (CTRL + D).
- Switch to the Character Spacing tab.
- Set the position to raised.

## How do you make a superscript in word equation?

**Tips for Using Microsoft Word Equation Editor**

- tab right takes you out.
- ctrl+L puts you into subscript mode.
- ctrl+J assigns both a
**superscript**and a subscript.

## How do you put a bar over a letter on a Mac?

The first character to appear in the middle display is the combining macron. With your insertion point still behind the number (or **letter**) that you typed — double-click the combining macron symbol in the middle character panel. The number will instantly receive a macron (**bar**) **above** it.

## How do you overline in Word Mac?

Select either the “Bar” under “Accents” on the drop-down menu… …or select the “**Overbar**” under “Overbars and Underbars”. The “**Overbar**” produces a slightly longer line above the text than the “Bar”. The selected accent displays over the small dotted box in the equation object.

## What does a bar mean in probability?

The vertical **bar** is often called a 'pipe'. It is often used in mathematics, logic and statistics. It typically is read as 'given that'. In **probability** and statistics it often indicates conditional **probability**, but can also indicate a conditional distribution.

## How do you show a number goes on forever?

A decimal **number** with a digit (or group of digits) that repeats **forever**. The part that repeats can also be shown by placing dots over the first and last digits of the repeating pattern, or by a line over the pattern.

## Is 2/5 terminating or repeating?

To find out whether a fraction will have a **terminating or recurring** decimal, look at the prime factors of the denominator when the fraction is in its most simple form. If they are made up of 2s and/or 5s, the decimal will **terminate**.

## What do you call a number that never ends?

Decimals which go on for ever, **never ending** and **never** forming a repeating pattern. These **numbers are called** irrational **numbers** and cannot be expressed as a fraction.

## Is 7/9 a terminating decimal?

To convert seven-ninths to a **decimal**, simply divide 7 by 9. As is evident from the image above, **7/9** is a non-**terminating decimal** equal to 0....

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