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Thanks for the edit (attempt) Dean, and sorry for the trouble. I think itâ€™s those three backslashes:
Invalid LaTeX block: \int_G (f_1 + f_2) = \int_G f_1 + \int_G f_2 \ \ \ \forall f_1, f_2 \in [G, \mathbb{C}]_{\text{Top}}
Did you just want a horizontal space there?
If so, I think we just use \;, so
$\int_G (f_1 + f_2) = \int_G f_1 + \int_G f_2 \; \; \; \forall f_1, f_2 \in [G, \mathbb{C}]_{\text{Top}}$Or why not \quad
or \qquad
, which are bigger?
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