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Could anyone tell me what is the command for this math symbol in LaTeX Math mode?


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It could be a rotated \exists. – Manuel Jun 9 '14 at 17:16
Welcome to the site! – cmhughes Jun 9 '14 at 18:33
up vote 9 down vote accepted

This combines two \sqcups and uses \mathchoice so that it sets in any mathstyle.

$A \dsqcup B$

$\scriptstyle A \dsqcup B$

$\scriptscriptstyle A \dsqcup B$

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That's awesome! – JPi Jun 9 '14 at 17:11
This is awesome ! – Trúc Nguyễn Lâm Jun 9 '14 at 21:01

The symbol is available in Unicode: U+29E2 Shuffle product


  • Asana Math:

    \[A \shuffle B\]

    Asana Math

  • XITS Math


    XITS Math

  • Not available in

    • Latin Modern Math
    • TeX Gyre Math fonts


  • Package shuffle:

    \[A \shuffle B\]


    Or with support of any sizes (especially < 5pt, see Shuffle symbol breaks footnotes?):

    \[ A \shuffle B \]

Symbol composition with rules

Packages are not needed.


  % #1: math style
  % #2: unused
  \kern .15\ht0 % side bearing
  \rlap{\vrule height .25\ht0 depth 0pt width 2.5\ht0}%
  \raise.1\ht0\hbox to 2.5\ht0{%
    \vrule height 1.75\ht0 depth -.1\ht0 width .17\ht0 %
    \vrule height 1.75\ht0 depth -.1\ht0 width .17\ht0 %
    \vrule height 1.75\ht0 depth -.1\ht0 width .17\ht0 %
  \kern .15\ht0 % side bearing

  A \shuffle B_{A \shuffle B_{A \shuffle B}}


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See also tex.stackexchange.com/questions/166276/… for solving an issue involving the shuffle package – egreg Jun 9 '14 at 17:37
Thanks a lot, you're awesome. – Trúc Nguyễn Lâm Jun 9 '14 at 21:00
You beat Detexify on that one. It could not recognize it. – Taladris Jun 10 '14 at 10:21

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