Robert Long
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 Apr22 awarded Popular Question Apr7 awarded Popular Question Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Oct14 accepted issues with fractions Oct13 comment issues with fractions Thank you. As I see these outputs, I like the \left[-\tfrac{1}{2} , \infty\right) but I don't like either the \left[-\tfrac{1}{2} , \infty\right) (seems clumsy: the 1/2 is too big) or either of the two e^{} (too small). On balance I would perfer the e^{-\left(y+\frac{1}{2}\right)} but I would like to find some middle ground (if possible). Thanks again, much appreciated. Oct13 asked issues with fractions Oct13 awarded Scholar Oct13 accepted alignment problem Oct13 comment alignment problem @egreg should I post a different question about fractions, as I foresee this exchange continuing? I appreciate your comments very much indeed, but I have questions about how to make my LaTeX better in this instance. Oct13 comment alignment problem @egreg Actually, it was the \nicefrac after the exp that seemed better to me. This didn't look good to me:  \exp \left( -y-\frac{1}{2} \right) Oct13 awarded Supporter Oct13 comment alignment problem Brilliant ! +1 thanks so much for the explanation. Oct13 comment alignment problem @egreg thanks for your comment (much appreciated as I am a beginner in LaTeX). Do you think this is better $\left[-\frac{1}{2} , \infty \right)$ ? Oct13 awarded Student Oct13 asked alignment problem