{math-operators} is about operators in math mode. These include sums, integrals and similar, text operators like sin, cos, etc.

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Integral symbol in Lyx yields errors

I get errors when trying to use the integral math symbol in Lyx document using the report class. I am usig LyX Version 2.1.3. Code and errors below: #LyX 2.1 created this file. For more info see ...
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How to adjust self defined multiple product signs

The latex code below produces multiple product signs: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amssymb,amsmath,graphicx,color} \newcommand{\invcircledast}{% \mathbin{\vphantom{\circledast}\text{% ...
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Lining numbers in mathnormal

Is there a simple way to have lining numbers (instead of old style ones) using \mathnormal{} ? I want $\mathnormal{abc123}$ to look like $abc123$. My problem is that I have an operator ...
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Words under sum that's in a denominator

if I try this; Substituting the expression for \(\Psi\) in to the above and rearranging we derive an expression for the vacuum field \(\Psi'\) as a function of \(\mu \), \begin{equation} \Psi' = ...
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mathjax \sqrt command

I don't if this forum is the right place where post my question, anyway, it concerns TeX. Mathjax seems to create the bar over the argument of \sqrt command as a box with a sequence of very densely ...
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How to typeset statistical distributions [closed]

What is the consensus way to typeset statistical distributions? For the normal distribution I have seen all of: $X\sim N(\mu,\,\sigma^{2})$ $X\sim\mathrm{N}(\mu,\,\sigma^{2})$ ...
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Sane spacing after min max

The default definitions of \min and \max insert basically no space after them, which looks really awful when stating optimisation problems, etc., in display equations. I could not figure out any way ...
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Multi-line equations with single operator referring to multiple lines

I need to include an equation similar to the following in my text and have failed doing so in various tries, including using the align-environment of the amsmath-package. Basically, the text before ...
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Hyphen separating symbols, without intervening spaces

What's the easiest/least ugly way to avoid the spaces around the hyphen in the following macro? \documentclass{article} \newcommand{\nuSwap}{\nu-\textsf{swap}} \begin{document} I get $\nuSwap$, ...
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How to write a particular mathematical expression

I am trying to write an equation which is: Now wrote something like this: $\Delta_w_{k} = p\Delta_w_{k-1} + \Alpha_p$ I wrote it partly as I wanted to check whether I was doing the right ...
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How can I define (user defined) functions in math mode?

I am used to define some complicated and frequent mathematical expressions to be able to use them easily in my papers. For example I have defined \def\c{{\mathbb{C}}} for $\mathbb{C}$ (the field of ...
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How to write partial eta square in LaTeX?

Problem: Writing partial eta square in LaTeX. I couldn't find anywhere online giving guidance to this statistic symbol. Example (it's the symbol to the left): Any help would be appreciated.
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show all equals

I'd like to show that for some function C, if x_1 = x_2 = \ldots = x_n then \[C(\frac{1}{n}\sum_{i=1}^n x_i) = C(x_1) = C(x_2) = \ldots = C(x_n)\] is there a way to do this with a single big ...
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Using \Mathsmaller in math display mode makes the character appear to the right of the symbol itstead of below it

I am trying to use \prod in math display mode but it appears large (larger than I want it to be) but when I use \mathsmaller from the relsize package the letter appears on right side of it instead of ...
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“Greater than” sign shows up as inverted question mark [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why do the less than symbol (<) and the greater than symbol (>) appear wrong as upside down exclamation or question mark? My question is in the title. How can I ...
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How do I reduce the space between operators in math mode? [duplicate]

I have these operators +=, -= etc. in Math mode. LaTeX introduces space around single character operators. So I get + = and - = instead. However, in my case I want no space between the + and the =, ...
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Equation and math system on same line

To add a math system into a LaTeX document, I add to preambol \newenvironment{sistema}% {\left\lbrace\begin{array}{@{}l@{}}}% {\end{array}\right.} then in the document I do something like ...
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Discrete and continuous Centroid equations in LaTeX

I would like to write the following equations in LaTeX: and The first one (with the integrals) I managed to make similarly using the following code: \begin{equation} COG = ...
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Using math symbols inside mbox

I am trying to write something like r=1m or r~1m inlined in my text. Currently i am using $\mbox{r=1m}$. However this gives me problems if I use $\mbox{r \approx 1m}$ it is not working and ...
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Is there a command of the type “\blabla” where I can write \mbox{div}(F)

Maybe my question is easy. When I want to write $$ \mbox{div}(F) = \sum_i (F_i)_{x_i} $$ I have to type \mbox{div}(F), which is cumbersome. Is there a way to define a command \blabla to produce ...
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\textsuperimposetilde does not superimpose as \sum subscript

Compiling the document, the tilde and P lie seperately under the \sum operator, but as the command superimpose would suggest, I would like them to be superimposed. Works just fine when using ...
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How to show a wide bar over a letter?

I want to have a wide bar over XY but it just shows a small bar. Any idea? \item In the standard $(x,y)$ coordinate plane, point $X$ has coordinates $(-4,0)$ and point $Y$ has coordinates $(0,-8)$. ...
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How to type specific things on the hat of expression?

I have problem typing this on the hat of max in the following example:
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New DeclareMathOperator

In my MWE below, I wanted the create a shortcut for some operators. How can I get the \DeclareMathOperator command to show up like the conventional way of using the actual command $\mathbf{z}(k)$ ? ...
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Vector Arrow Weirdness

Here's something strange: \documentclass[letterpaper]{amsart} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{gensymb} \DeclareMathOperator{\Vi}{\vec{i}} \begin{document} $\Vi$ $\vec{i}$ ...
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How to write a modified limit operator? [duplicate]

I am trying to write an generalised limit operator, which look approximately like the standard \lim, except it has an additional symbol in front, connected by a hyphen (see example below). I would ...
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LaTeX notation for summation over all combinations of two variables?

Is there a notation that expresses a summation over all order-independent combinations of two variables? I have a single set of objects and want to show the summation of the joint probabilities of ...
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how to print long relation operators like simeq and sim with text above in latex

ENV xelatex --version XeTeX 3.14159265-2.6-0.99991 (TeX Live 2014) bibtex --version BibTeX 0.99d (TeX Live 2014) \mathrel{\simeq\!\simeq} not what I want. \stackrel{\text{mytext}{\simeq}} the ...
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Is there a way to use commands like \equiv without declaring a function?

I just want to add \equiv to my sentence but I keep getting an error when trying to compile in texmaker. Seems like what I need to do is wrap it in \begin{equation} but I don't want to treat it as ...
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Standard AMS-Sum Operator using MnSymbols?

Because a professor who reads one of the lectures I attend this term writes so slowly, I typeset a lecture script for that lecture in TeX. For the use of some symbols and for better underbrace ...
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If f is the name of a math function, should it not be set upright? [closed]

I was happy to find out that my intuition about setting differential operators and common math constants was right (see the accepted answer). However, this got me thinking. My rationale for using ...
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Symbol similar to \equiv

What's the command for typing 3 lines exactly like \equiv but with index in the middle of top line? Thanks. EDIT: this is the symbol I meant
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math cases package problem

I am preparing a presentation with beamer. I want to use a math formulas that contains a cases \begin{cases}{|x|=} x, & for $x \geq 0$\\ -x, & for $x < 0$ \end{cases} the problem in ...
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Formula in displaystyle but operator limit in normal subscript position [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Show inline math as if it were display math I have a formula in an equation environmente i.e., in a display style modality. Moreover, since I have to enumerate an ...
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Computing a simple maths calculation and use the result as page numbers in the Table of Contents

Following up this question here, I am looking for a way to compute a simple maths calculation inside the document and let the result of this calculation be the value that appears as page number in the ...
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Custom radical sign with plain XeTeX

I would like to use Cambria Math font in mathematical equation, and I have a simple problem here. plain TeX uses many symbols for the root sign, so it can use the proper one depending on context, ...
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pdfTex: \operatorname with Computer Modern Roman

I am using the default font, Computer Modern Roman, and I am trying to get \operatorname to work properly. The issue is that it appears to look identical to normal text. This question: LuaLaTeX: No ...
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Group binary operation symbol?

I tried to write • as the binary operation for a group (G, •), but \cdot seems too small and \bullet seems too large, so what symbol is normally used?
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Using \mathtt{A} and the Package \usepackage{MnSymbol}

How can you use the symbol \mathtt{A} and the Package \usepackage{MnSymbol}? My code begin with \PassOptionsToPackage{dvipsnames}{xcolor} \documentclass[a4paper]{book} \usepackage{lmodern} ...
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How to fix \min in beamer?

If I use \min in a regular document, it shows correctly: However, if I use the same command in a beamer presentation I get: Here's my header: \documentclass[mathserif]{beamer} ...
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Proper way to typset minimum value of variable in formula?

To typeset a value with a subscript I use this: $U_{\text{res}}$ Which results in: Now I'd like to write "the minimum value of Ures", how would I correctly typeset that? The first thing I tried ...
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Curl and divergence operators [duplicate]

I'm wondering if there's a TeX package where I could find a proper command to type curl and divergence in equations. Any help? Cheers, Riccardo
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ceiling and floor functions used as min and max: ever seen? [closed]

I remember seeing somewhere people using symbols for ceiling and floor operators together with super/subscripts as substitutes for min and max. Example: \lceil x \rceil ^k to mean \min(x,k). Has ...
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Use mathrm + isomath with beamer

I use isomath to make greek letters italic by default. Sometimes I want an upright operator. Then I use \mathrm. It works in the report, but not when trying to use it in my presentation. This is a ...
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Derivatives are sized differently with commath [duplicate]

I'm writing a derivation in an upper level physics class and I use derivatives extensively. I'm using the commath package \od{}{} command and they are being sized differently in different places. ...
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Power set symbol [duplicate]

I don't know if there's some standard symbol to represent the Power Set in Latex. According to Wikipedia there are some possibilities: I think the first one would be the most appropriate because ...
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Why do people write italic “d”s in integrals? [closed]

In some German books, I see what I consider proper: \int \mathrm d x In other books, I just see this: \int d x Since everybody writes $\sin(x)$ instead of just $sin(x)$, I wonder why people ...
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Definition of cotan function [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Define additional math operators to be typeset in roman Is the cotan function defined somewhere? I cannot find it. It is defined as cotan(x)=cos(x)/sin(x). Should it be ...
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How do I place the argument of “min” below rather than to the side?

\documentclass[a4paper,12pt,numbers=noenddot]{scrartcl} \usepackage{mathtools} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{bm} \begin{document} \begin{equation} ||\mathbf{x}^{1} - ...
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Redefining Infinity in LaTeX

Infinity is defined as something that is uncountable. But every where I see the symbol of Infinity as a closed loop. My professor said, that it symbolizes that the boundary of Infinity is determined ...