# Slanted fractions in MathJax

Are slanted fractions supported in MathJax?

None of the tricks shown here appear to work.

• One of the tricks from your link: $${}^3/_7$$ – Antonio Vargas May 22 '16 at 2:42
• That doesn't work if it appears after another term. E.g., $$x {}^3_7$$ – feetwet May 22 '16 at 3:03
• You seem to be missing a $/$, as in $x {}^3/_7$. To make the multiplication clear I might use \cdot, like $x \cdot {}^3/_7$ – Antonio Vargas May 22 '16 at 3:07
• That does it: I wasn't adding the "/". Thanks! – feetwet May 22 '16 at 3:18

This approach works best for me:

                    \stackrel{25}{}\!\!\unicode{x2215}_{\!\unicode{x202f}72}


$$\stackrel{25}{}\!\!\unicode{x2215}_{\!\unicode{x202f}72}$$

\unicode{x2215} represents a $$\,\underline{\verb|DIVISION SLASH|}$$

\unicode{x202f} represents a $$\,\underline{\verb|NARROW NO-BREAK SPACE|}$$

• I've mentioned this in comments below this answer. – uhoh Oct 14 at 0:16