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

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Is using DeclareMathOperator for functions the right thing to do?

I'm wondering if I use the \DeclareMathOperator for the wrong things. For example I have a cost function cost(x,y) which takes two arguments. I would declare it as \DeclareMathOperator*{\cost}{cost} ...
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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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Line breaking in math mode

Under default settings a line can be broken in math mode after binary operator with \binoppenalty or after relation with \relpenalty. I'd like to preserve this behavior but alter the result so the ...
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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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\varamalg and \varcoprod operators for disjoint union

For the disjoint union, I don't like \amalg and \coprod very much. So, I did all my best to create a \varamalg with this code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...
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LaTeX for word style divide?

In microsoft word equation, it's possible to write a / b in a format that a is slightly upper than normal text, the / can be entered using \ldivide. Is it possible to do so in LaTeX?