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I am having some problems with my table cutting the tops and bottoms off of my fractions.

See image. The horizontal padding seems fine as is, but I couldn't figure out how to increase the vertical cell padding.

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marked as duplicate by Werner, Kurt, Thorsten, Stefan Kottwitz Mar 5 '13 at 6:43

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have you seen Vertical spacing of a table cell –  cmhughes Mar 5 '13 at 4:27
    
I notice this question is marked as duplicate, but I really think the OP was asking the wrong question (see my answer). Marking the question as duplicate means the OP cannot get any suggestions for solutions to his problem. –  Marc van Dongen Mar 5 '13 at 7:05
    
@werner et al. (Apologies to the OP for repeating this comment.) I notice this question is marked as duplicate, but I really think the OP was asking the wrong question (see my answer. The answer even got accepted.). Marking the question as duplicate means the OP cannot get any suggestions for solutions to his problem. –  Marc van Dongen Mar 5 '13 at 23:45
    
@MarcvanDongen: The only alternative to your answer would be contained within the linked duplicate, as far as I can tell. If the OP wishes to update/change the question to be more in line with your answer (if your suggestion of "asking the wrong question" is true), then one can most certainly vote to re-open this question. –  Werner Mar 5 '13 at 23:51
    
@Werner Thanks. Perhaps you should offer this option to the OP. –  Marc van Dongen Mar 5 '13 at 23:55

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There's a much simpler solution. Don't use the \frac command for simple fractions like the ones in the table. Simply write $B/2$ and $C/2$ and your output will look perfect.

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