Re: Calling all math whizzes
And if for some reason it gets printed out or copied/pasted as plain text,What's funny about this thread is, in Thunderbird (my email client), each of those expressions (except for the sup /sup codes) showed a very nice numeral 2 with 80 in superscript.
you'll still be able to see the exponent as an exponent.
that is, none of them showed as "2 ^ 80"
so it really depends on the delivery channel!
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