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I have written "hello world x (become) E"

my code is:

hello world \[\in {E}\]

but the result is: two line

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    \[ and \] enter display-math mode; use $\in E$ (or \(\in E\) if you prefer). – Sean Allred Sep 16 '17 at 17:35
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    @SeanAllred good comment please written you answer for i put +1 – x-rw Sep 16 '17 at 17:39
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    I suggest having a look at dickimaw-books.com/latex/novices – egreg Sep 16 '17 at 17:42
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I would've preferred to close this as a duplicate, but alas, I cannot find this question anywhere :( This is pretty basic syntax stuff, so I would find a nice introduction to LaTeX (such as egreg suggests in the comments above).

\[ and \] is shorthand to enter display-math mode; use $\in E$ (or \(\in E\) if you prefer).

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