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Try switching the renderer using the MathJax contextual menu (on any typeset math). MathJax has several different output formats. The older HTML-CSS (which is the default on StackOverflow) does use clip regions and may be the source of the problem you are seeing. The CommonHTML format should not have that problem. The SVG format might also show clipping, ...


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Here is the code in question (1+x^3)=\left(1+\frac{1}{\frac1{x^3}}\right): $$(1+x^3)=\left(1+\frac{1}{\frac1{x^3}}\right)$$ For some reason, mathematics renders perfectly on math.meta for me, but not on the main site. (If only it was the other way round...) Is it the same for you? In any case, a sub-question from the comments: how to better write a formula ...


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There is not really a way to force display style math without invoking \displaystyle every time you enter "math mode" using a single dollar sign. There is probably some hackery which could be made to work (as Martin Sleziak suggests), but this is not really ideal. You shouldn't do this, anyway. Display style mathematics really ought to be ...


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Here's an approach, using the cases environment for the left side brace and some array environments to group and brace on the right hand side: $$ \begin{cases} \left. \begin{array}{l} \frac{dG(t)}{dt} = G_{in} - \sigma_2 G - a\left(c+ \frac{mI}{n+I} \right)G + b \\ \frac{dI(t)}{dt} = \frac{\sigma_1 G^2}{\alpha_1^2 + G^2} - d_i I(t) \end{array} \right\} &...


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