Math on the web can be pretty ugly. Looking at things like

We've developed a function called

`3/2x^2+5/sin(x)`

makes us cringe. We'd
much rather see $\frac{3}{2}x^2+\frac{5}{\sin(x)}$ instead.
We've developed a function called

`print_math`

that will
take an "ugly" mathematical expression and make it look nice.
print_math("ugly expression")

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Type your code here:

See your results here:

This example will nicely print

`x^2 x^3`

like $x^2x^3$.
Other things to try:

- Grouping exponents. Do x^{23} not x^23 to get $x^{23}$.
- Fractions. Do %frac{numerator}{denominator} to get nice fractions. So, %frac{a+b}{x^2-1} will render $\frac{a+b}{x^2-1}$.
- Square roots. Do %sqrt{radicand} to get a square root sign. So %sqrt{x^2+1} will render $\sqrt{x^2+1}$.