# Help talk:Wiki Tricks

### From Math Images

Hey Maria... this page is pretty much yours, and I also don't know where to add it in... so I'm putting it here in hopes you can incorporate it somewhere.

#### Force equations to be big

Sometimes equations end up different sizes, when you'd like them to all look the same, like

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Basically, Tex commands like \frac force equations to be bigger. By adding them, you'll end up with bigger equations. An alternate way to type the above is

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That's <math> \frac{x}{a}=b </math>

<math> x=b \times a </math>.

One of my favorite ways to do this involves using parentheses. Instead of using just ( and ), use \left( and \right). That turns into . That was <math> f(x)</math> into <math> f \left( x \right) </math>.