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I use an online LaTeX editor to finish a series of equations: I want to break one line so that it's divided by the second.

This is what I currently have:

[c/[2*G*m/c^2]]/[m/[h/(2*pi)]*[h*[c/[2*pi*[c/[2*G*(200*$\odot$)/c^2]]]]^4/c^2]/c^4]=>1

However, I want something like this:

[c/[2*G*m/c^2]]
/
[m/[h/(2*pi)]*[h*[c/[2*pi*[c/[2*G*(200*M⊙︎)/c^2]]]]^4/c^2]/c^4]=>1

How do I do that?

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    You should try with \frac{<num>}{<denom>} \geq 1. Does that work for you? – Werner Nov 14 '19 at 19:23
  • I'm getting a 'blocked word' error, \begin{equation} \underline{[c/[2*G*m/c^2]]} {[m/[h/(2*pi)]*[h*[c/[2*pi*[c/[2*G*(200*M⊙︎)/c^2]]]]^4/c^2]/c^4]}=>1 – user201382 Nov 14 '19 at 19:41
  • Check this image. – Werner Nov 14 '19 at 19:57

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