Superscript in HTML using Mathjax

It is possible to render superscript in mathemetical equation using ^ in mathjax. Notice that you will need to use {} brackts if you wish to use more that one character in superscript.

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This is how we use exponents and Superscript in Mathjax

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$$v(t)= ( 1-e^{-\frac{t}{RC}}).V $$
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Notice that you need to include the whole thing in curly bracket. Notice that this one does not include everything in the superscript

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$$e^-\frac{t}{RC} $$
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And this one does
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$$e^{-\frac{t}{RC}} $$


Try this example here. and see superscript using ^ works.