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I am using document class margin and line


and for some reason,


is not showing up properly (it is just showing up as a g).

Can anyone give me an advice on what I need to do to get \mathfrak{g} to show up properly?

Thank you!

Minimal working example:




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Please always provide a complete minimal working example. Also please highlight inline code by backticks `. – canaaerus Sep 15 '12 at 6:09
Thank you for the tips. I will edit the above post appropriately. – math-visitor Sep 15 '12 at 6:10
It seems that I need to attach a file called resume.cls.tex because one needs this file to make this document, but how do I attach it? If I copy and paste it, it will be long and messy. – math-visitor Sep 15 '12 at 6:17
As you can see from CVRadhakrishnan’s answer, your problem does not depend on the use of resume. So instead of including the class file, you could also change your MWE to use the article class. – canaaerus Sep 15 '12 at 6:34
up vote 15 down vote accepted

You need to load amsfonts package. Also, \mathfrak{g} shall be used in math mode, ie., it should be within dollars.

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Thank you-- I should have come here 3+ hours ago, rather than googling! =) – math-visitor Sep 15 '12 at 6:48

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