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

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Trigonometric function script? [duplicate]

Is there a script for the sinc function analogous to \sin for sinus? If not, what method should I use to insert it in a equation?
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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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newcommand vs. DeclareMathOperator

As far as I understand, whatever can be done using DeclareMathOperator can also be achieved using newcommand, but not the other way around. If this is the case, what are the circumstances where ...
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Nested Summation

Using below code i am getting result shown in below image but its not properly displayed for ex space on either side of =. First summation sign is small. Brackets ( ) are small. All items are not ...
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Spacing around math operator in sub-/superscript

Consider the following: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} What I have: \[x^{1+1}\] What I would like: \[x^{1\,+\,1}\] That is, I will like to have spacing around the operator as in ...
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How do I write logical iff symbol?

I'm currently hearing a lecture about formal systems (a computer science lecture). The lecturer makes a symbol that is written like overlying < and >: Every time when he draws it, he says ...
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Symbol inbetween “#” and “ff”

I wondered how to create a symbol that looks like "#" (for connected sum) and "ff" for "fiber". The size and angles should be like the "#", but the vertical bars should look like two f`s. Another way ...
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\wedge and \vee juxtaposed in one symbol

How can I combine the symbols \wedge and \vee into one symbol, like \wedge\vee and \vee\wedge? I am thinking of something like \gtrless but rotated by 90 degrees. The purpose is similar to the \pm ...
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\scriptstyle placement fine tuning

I need a functional composition operator. I find \circ too big for it, so I've declared a math operator (within the amsart documentclass) as \scriptstyle\circ instead; the size is exactly what I would ...
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Hyperbolic functions both produce error and result already existant when inserted in preamble

I'm trying to write hyperbolic functions like sech, csch, etc, Since amsmath doesn't recognize them in the form \sech, \csch, ... I wrote a preamble like \DeclareMathOperator{\sech}{sech} but I get ...
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cup with a dot in it - but in mathjax! [closed]

Looking for solutions I have found that there are 3 ways, all can be found here Is a cupdot symbol available in amsmath? It seems that those answers are just copied and pasted all over the internet ...
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Undefined control sequence for beta symbol list

I am new to Latex, please help me! I would like to give a beta symbol with a sequence of values as below. \boldsymbol{\beta} = (\beta_1,\beta_2,\dotsc,\beta_n) output looks promising. β = (β1, ...
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A hack for getting a *capital* Weierstrass P in order to represent the Power Set operation [closed]

I've been reading around stack exchange trying to find out how to get the symbol I wanted for the power set operation in set theory. In my opinion, the best and most standard symbol for this is the ...
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Write text (or symbol) vertically below another symbol in latex

I have to write some equations in latex, my Latex equation: \begin{align} G _{a_{1},\ldots ,a_{k}}\ast_{b_{1},\ldots ,b_{k}} G^{\prime }=G^{\prime \prime } \end{align} How can I make the text ...
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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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latex symbol for “if and only if” [duplicate]

In LaTeX the symbol for material implication is produced by $\to$, but for biconditional ?
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How do I modify the size of S the summation operand?

I bet this fancy summation operand S is in fact $\mathcal{S}$, am I right? But how do I modify the size of this thingy? \bigg or \left\right doesn't seem to work... And something like this: ...
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framed package change math?

This code : \documentclass{article} %\usepackage{framed} \begin{document} bla bla bla $\cap_{i\in I} X_i.$ \end{document} produces : and the same code with the line \usepackage{framed} ...
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Package or command for inverse hyperbolic trig functions?

What are the commands for all the: inverse trig functions (arcsec(x), arcCsc(x), arcCot(x)); hyperbolic trig functions (sech(x) and csch(x)), and inverse hyperbolic trig functions?
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Expectation Operator

I use the following command to typeset E[A|B] \documentclass{article} \usepackage{mathtools} \DeclareMathOperator{\ExpOp}{E} \DeclarePairedDelimiterX{\ExpArg}[1]{[}{]}{#1} ...
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How to create a bracket-ing √-Operator?

In formulas involving square roots, I consider the overline rather irritating and would like to create an operator that turns \sqrt{x} into √[x], i.e. the argument is bracket-delimited instead of the ...
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How can I recreate MnSymbol's \udotdot command without using MnSymbol?

MnSymbol has a \udotdot command (search for \udotdot in the comprehensive latex symbol list document), but I don't want to import MnSymbol because of all the side-effects (for instance, it creates ...
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Automate correct spacing after ! in math mode

$(2n)!/\bigl(n!\,(n+1)!\bigr)$ $${52!\over13!\,13!\,26!} + 33!! - y$$ $(2n)!/\bigl(n!(n+1)!\bigr)$ $${52!\over13!13!26!} + 33!! - y$$\bye How could we automate the spacing after !? As explained in ...
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How to save space displaying “max x \in [a,b]”?

I just create a summary for usage in my exam and there are a lot of information worth to be on this summary page. k=1,...,n below max is a waste of space (I have more than 10 of these wasted lines ...
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For Hom and H*(X,Z) — which fonts? [closed]

This is a question about style, I am debating whether the math operator \Hom should be just \DeclareMathOperator{\Hom}{Hom} or if it should be some variant like ...
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operatorname and mathbin spacing

It seems like operators (e.g. \sin) don't mix nicely with binary operations (e.g. \circ). An example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} $\sin \circ f$ $\mathrm{sin} ...
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Operator with both arguments and limits

I'd like to define a command \E that can be used precisely as follows: it should translate \E{f(x)} \E_x{f(x)} into \mathbb{E}(f(x)) \mathbb{E}_x(f(x)) respectively. Specifically, the goal is to ...
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Large Blackboard bold R operator with text underneath

How do I typeset a large blackboard bold R (size of a \sum symbol) as an operator in an equation? See image. I can get the text to display underneath with \mathop{}, but I can't make the R big. ...
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How do I represent “U+2259 ≙ estimates” in math mode? [duplicate]

I need the math operator that resembles an equal sign with a hat (corresponds to / estimates). I've searched detexify and Wikibooks up and down to no avail. It's such a common symbol. There has to be ...
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How to Obtain a Bold Upright Integral Sign?

Having searched around I couldn't find a package that could produce the following integral sign. How do I produce this bold looking vertical symbol? Xe-/LuaTeX are totally fine with me. ...
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Limits position of new defined large operators

It is possible to introduce new large operators by using the command, \DeclareMathSymbol {⟨symbol⟩} {\mathop} {⟨sym-font⟩} {⟨slot⟩} I wonder if it is possible to change their default limits ...
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How to write the limits under all three summation : $\sum \sum \sum_{0 \leq i < j <k\leq n} 1$ [duplicate]

I want to write the limits under all three summation means starting from summation left side going towards right side ( dependent limits) , Please help on this. $$\sum \sum \sum_{0 \leq i < j ...
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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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Symbol for not conditionally independent

I have previously used some code from here to produce a symbol to represent the conditionally independence of some variables. Does anyone know a method for generating a symbol for not conditionally ...
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How to create my own math operator with limits?

How can i write my own math operator with limits? I want it to look like: \sum\limits_{e=1}^{m} but with a capital A (if possible bigger than the normal text) instead of the sum. Thanks for the ...
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sqrt sign with sharp or rounded corner

My MWE \documentclass[a4paper,11pt]{article} \usepackage{letltxmacro} %MACRO \LetLtxMacro{\oldsqrt}{\sqrt} % makes all sqrts closed \renewcommand{\sqrt}[1][\ ]{% ...
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Add very nice lambda in empheq package or package-less

My MWE \documentclass[a4paper,11pt]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{lmodern} \usepackage{empheq} %\usepackage{mathptmx} \begin{document} ...
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mathematical operator disappear

I have a problem with mathematical operators such as "=", "+" etc. Whenever I type them within a mathematical environment (equation, eqnarray, in line equations via $...$, displayed equation via ...
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Looking for stylized H-symbol

I'm wondering if LaTeX knows the following symbol (sorry for the hand-drawing, I didn't even find it online once): It's kind of a stylized H letter that is sometimes used to denote the Hilbert ...
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How to change math symbols of the stix package to CM ones?

Well, math operators like \int or \sum provided by the stix package are in my opinion ugly and I want those of CM instead. Is it possible? If so, how?
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Resizing the sum operator [duplicate]

The following simple expression produces a sum operator as in (1). But I want it to be bigger like in (2), of course, without altering the size of inner braces. Any suggestion? ...
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Enlarge the integral sign proportional to its content

In LaTeX you have a command like \left(\right) to enlarge the brackets proportional to the content between the brackets. for instance \left(a\right) will produce smaller brackets than ...
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How to add mathematical notation of a set

I'm pretty new to Latex, so please bare with me. I'm trying to add this notation to my document: I created the above picture from the Online Latex Equation Editor, but it seems that when I try ...
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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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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 for skeptical consequence that matches the turnstile package

This might be seen as a follow up to Symbol for skeptical consequence. From it I got answers so that I could write that B is a skeptical consequence of A such as which Peter Grill's code produces. ...
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negated double turnstile

I'm new to the turnstile package, and I'm trying to figure out how to get a negated double turnstile sign, like the one with the regular \nvDash, but that allows me to have arguments above and below ...
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How to type a tall / symbol?

Say I want \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \[cl(V, q) =\left (\sum_{r=0}^{\infty} \bigotimes^r V\right)/\{v\otimes v = -q(v,v)\}\] \end{document} How to make the "/" symbol longer to ...
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Is there a “medium” \cap?

When displaying the intersection symbol in equations, e.g., $$Hom(A,B) \cap Hom(B,C)$$ I find that the "cap" is too small; its height is, in fact, subordinate to the surrounding content. On the ...
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Circled equal with same size as \oplus/\otimes with pdflatex

My question I am trying to make an equal circled of the same size as \oplus or \otimes, etc. I tried to use the solution provided here : How do I put a circle around an operator? However, the ...