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How to write A is not a subset of B in LaTeX? I can write $A\nsubseteq B$, but I want to remove the equality sign. Please help.

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You want to say A is properly contained in B right? Then "\subset" should work. –  S.C. Oct 13 '13 at 9:45
@Chandrasekhar Probably you can undelete your answer but I think the OP wanted something like $A \not\subset B$. –  karlkoeller Oct 13 '13 at 9:48
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@karlkoeller: Answer undeleted –  S.C. Oct 13 '13 at 9:55

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Try $A \not\subseteq B$. This worked for me and should work for you as well. And as karl mentions you can try $A \not\subset B$.

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