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How to use the power operator in xlabel?

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Hi,
I want to add this xlabel to my figure: xlabel = ('A*R^(2/3) (m^(8/3))'). What my matlab does is instead of displaying the '^-sign' it places the first symbol after the operator in superscript, see figure attached. How can I overcome this problem (by either displaying the '^-sign' or by placing the entire term in superscript)?
Thanks, Marijn

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sixwwwwww
sixwwwwww on 7 Dec 2013
use xlabel as below:
xlabel('A*R^(2/3) (m^(8/3))', 'Interpreter', 'none')
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 21 Nov 2023
Could you post a picture of what your keyboard looks like? What is the typical region that uses that kind of keyboard?
SHUBHAM CHANDRAKANT
SHUBHAM CHANDRAKANT on 22 Nov 2023
Silly me,after looking at every key properly i found (^), it was on the upper number row of keyboard.
BTW, Thank you for your response.

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G A
G A on 7 Dec 2013
xlabel('A*R^{2/3}m^{8/3}')
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Rashid Shams
Rashid Shams on 23 Jun 2021
It works fine in R2020a X64 too. thanks

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Azzi Abdelmalek
Azzi Abdelmalek on 7 Dec 2013
xlabel('A*R^2^/^3^ m^8^/^3')

IEESHAN SHARMA
IEESHAN SHARMA on 19 Nov 2017
Use title('Mean squared error xrec(t)-x(t)^{2}'). Make sure you use curly braces.

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