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\( a^{b}\)

\( a_{b}^{c}\)

\({a_{b}}^{c}\)

\(a_{b}\)

\(\sqrt{a}\)

\(\sqrt[b]{a}\)

\(\frac{a}{b}\)

\(\cfrac{a}{b}\)

\(+\)

\(-\)

\(\times\)

\(\div\)

\(\pm\)

\(\cdot\)

\(\amalg\)

\(\ast\)

\(\barwedge\)

\(\bigcirc\)

\(\bigodot\)

\(\bigoplus\)

\(\bigotimes\)

\(\bigsqcup\)

\(\bigstar\)

\(\bigtriangledown\)

\(\bigtriangleup\)

\(\blacklozenge\)

\(\blacksquare\)

\(\blacktriangle\)

\(\blacktriangledown\)

\(\bullet\)

\(\cap\)

\(\cup\)

\(\circ\)

\(\circledcirc\)

\(\dagger\)

\(\ddagger\)

\(\diamond\)

\(\dotplus\)

\(\lozenge\)

\(\mp\)

\(\ominus\)

\(\oplus\)

\(\oslash\)

\(\otimes\)

\(\setminus\)

\(\sqcap\)

\(\sqcup\)

\(\square\)

\(\star\)

\(\triangle\)

\(\triangledown\)

\(\triangleleft\)

\(\Cap\)

\(\Cup\)

\(\uplus\)

\(\vee\)

\(\veebar\)

\(\wedge\)

\(\wr\)

\(\therefore\)

\(\left ( a \right )\)

\(\left \| a \right \|\)

\(\left [ a \right ]\)

\(\left \{ a \right \}\)

\(\left \lceil a \right \rceil\)

\(\left \lfloor a \right \rfloor\)

\(\left ( a \right )\)

\(\vert a \vert\)

\(\leftarrow\)

\(\leftharpoondown\)

\(\leftharpoonup\)

\(\leftrightarrow\)

\(\leftrightharpoons\)

\(\mapsto\)

\(\rightarrow\)

\(\rightharpoondown\)

\(\rightharpoonup\)

\(\rightleftharpoons\)

\(\to\)

\(\Leftarrow\)

\(\Leftrightarrow\)

\(\Rightarrow\)

\(\overset{a}{\leftarrow}\)

\(\overset{a}{\rightarrow}\)

\(\approx \)

\(\asymp \)

\(\cong \)

\(\dashv \)

\(\doteq \)

\(= \)

\(\equiv \)

\(\frown \)

\(\geq \)

\(\geqslant \)

\(\gg \)

\(\gt \)

\(| \)

\(\leq \)

\(\leqslant \)

\(\ll \)

\(\lt \)

\(\models \)

\(\neq \)

\(\ngeqslant \)

\(\ngtr \)

\(\nleqslant \)

\(\nless \)

\(\not\equiv \)

\(\overset{\underset{\mathrm{def}}{}}{=} \)

\(\parallel \)

\(\perp \)

\(\prec \)

\(\preceq \)

\(\sim \)

\(\simeq \)

\(\smile \)

\(\succ \)

\(\succeq \)

\(\vdash\)

\(\in \)

\(\ni \)

\(\notin \)

\(\nsubseteq \)

\(\nsupseteq \)

\(\sqsubset \)

\(\sqsubseteq \)

\(\sqsupset \)

\(\sqsupseteq \)

\(\subset \)

\(\subseteq \)

\(\subseteqq \)

\(\supset \)

\(\supseteq \)

\(\supseteqq \)

\(\emptyset\)

\(\mathbb{N}\)

\(\mathbb{Z}\)

\(\mathbb{Q}\)

\(\mathbb{R}\)

\(\mathbb{C}\)

\(\alpha\)

\(\beta\)

\(\gamma\)

\(\delta\)

\(\epsilon\)

\(\zeta\)

\(\eta\)

\(\theta\)

\(\iota\)

\(\kappa\)

\(\lambda\)

\(\mu\)

\(\nu\)

\(\xi\)

\(\pi\)

\(\rho\)

\(\sigma\)

\(\tau\)

\(\upsilon\)

\(\phi\)

\(\chi\)

\(\psi\)

\(\omega\)

\(\Gamma\)

\(\Delta\)

\(\Theta\)

\(\Lambda\)

\(\Xi\)

\(\Pi\)

\(\Sigma\)

\(\Upsilon\)

\(\Phi\)

\(\Psi\)

\(\Omega\)

\((a)\)

\([a]\)

\(\lbrace{a}\rbrace\)

\(\frac{a+b}{c+d}\)

\(\vec{a}\)

\(\binom {a} {b}\)

\({a \brack b}\)

\({a \brace b}\)

\(\sin\)

\(\cos\)

\(\tan\)

\(\cot\)

\(\sec\)

\(\csc\)

\(\sinh\)

\(\cosh\)

\(\tanh\)

\(\coth\)

\(\bigcap {a}\)

\(\bigcap_{b}^{} a\)

\(\bigcup {a}\)

\(\bigcup_{b}^{} a\)

\(\coprod {a}\)

\(\coprod_{b}^{} a\)

\(\prod {a}\)

\(\prod_{b}^{} a\)

\(\sum_{a=1}^b\)

\(\sum_{b}^{} a\)

\(\sum {a}\)

\(\underset{a \to b}\lim\)

\(\int {a}\)

\(\int_{b}^{} a\)

\(\iint {a}\)

\(\iint_{b}^{} a\)

\(\int_{a}^{b}{c}\)

\(\iint_{a}^{b}{c}\)

\(\iiint_{a}^{b}{c}\)

\(\oint{a}\)

\(\oint_{b}^{} a\)

LAW OF MULTIPLE PROPORTIN: If two element A and B combine to form more than one compound, then the several mass of A which are separately with a fixed masses of B, are in a whole number ratio.

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Multiple proportion

X is not fixed except if you are considering X2O and XO where O will be fixed or better still let it be X2O,XO and X3O where O is fixed and X is in multiple proportion

law of multiple proportion

Law of multiple proportions

multitude proportion is the RIGHT ANSWER

Multiple proportion

The law of multiple proportions states that when two elements react to form more than one compound, a fixed mass of one element will react with masses of the other element in a ratio of small, whole numbers.