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Cancel maths expression with a down arrow

The following solution to the question where soome maths text is to be cancelled out makes use of the cancel package. There the macro \cancelto produces an arrow from bottom left to top right. It ...
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Strike through with colors

My question is related to: Strikeout in different color appears behind letters, not on top of them, except that I use beamer instead of article. Therefore, the solution provided there is somehow not ...
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Strikethrough text

I am writing an article in LaTeX 2e. Part of the article describes the Sieve of Eratosthenes, and I want to show examples of how multiples of a prime are removed from the sieve by showing them in a ...
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How to write crossed-out math in LaTeX? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Draw a diagonal arrow across an expression in a formula to show that it vanishes As you might know from my other questions, I am still a newbie at LaTeX, so please don't ...
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Draw a diagonal arrow across an expression in a formula to show that it vanishes

I would like to find a way to cross out a term in a mathematical expression with a diagonal arrow pointing from lower left to upper right and with a little "zero" next to the pointy end of the arrow.
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How to denote adjacent vertices?

Background I'm trying to write a rapport that relies on some rudimentary graph theory and as such I'd like to write a section explaining the basics of it. Trying to do I've run into a bit of a snag ...
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Diagonal strikeout starting too low and ending too high

I want to strikeout an equation with diagonal line but I've not managed to get the diagonal line to draw as I want. The closest I've gotten is via the first example in Frédéric's answer of \cancel ...
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Crossing out sentences

I had to cross out a sentence and I did it the following way, which is kinda sloppy. $ ...
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Put text on top of text that has strikethrough - like one would edit an essay

I would like to obtain the same effect as in this question: Write text above other text But in those answers, it doesn't flow properly across multiple lines of text in the essay. If you strike too ...
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How to strike through obliquely, e.g. to indicate cancellation?

How can I strike through an expression (e.g. "2x") obliquely, e.g. from bottom left to top right, so as to indicate cancellation? With the \sout command from the ulem package, I can only strike ...
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Strikeout formula inside eqnarray?

I want to strikeout a part of my paper. In particular, this one: When bla bla $s$ bla bla $v$, bla bla $\boldsymbol{x}_{v}$, bla bla, the equation is: \begin{eqnarray} \displaystyle p_{v,s} & = ...
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In beamer, how to strike through an item after displaying

In a beamer frame I have a item list \begin{itemize} \item<1-> World peace \item<2-> Peace in our neighbourhood \end{itemize} How can I strike through the first item on the second ...
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Strike through text without affecting text box size

I want to strike through text with a simple line. Unfortunately, in the solution(s) I found, the text always has a larger distance to the next line (see example). How can I strike through text ...
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crossing out using different colour

How to cross out a sentence using a horizontal line in a colour different from the text? I found this useful question about how to cross out a sentence, but I cannot figure out how to use colour with ...
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Strikethrough in Section Title

I am currently using ulem and \sout to do strikethroughs, but what if I want to strikethrough in a section title? I'm using hyperref and receive the following error when I use \section{\sout{..}}: ...
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How do I get the \cancel (strikeout) in Plain TeX?

I've searched both online and in the TexBook, but can not find a command or package. Note, I am pretty new to TeX / LaTeX, but am currently trying to figure out how to do things in Plain TeX. Edit: ...
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Write text above other text

What I would like to do is to make corrections to a document- to cross out some text using the ulem package and then to put the "correct" answer above it. e.g. ...
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Strikeout - when which package ? ( ulem vs soul vs …)

When to use which package for strikeout? I see answers : \usepackage{ulem} \sout{Hello World} or \usepackage{soul} \st{Hello world} or \usepackage{cancel} \cancel{Hello world} In what ...
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Strikeout in different color appears behind letters, not on top of them

When using package ulem's strikeout facilities (macro \sout) and also color in my text, the strikethrough appears behind the letter string: \documentclass{article} % I also often work with the memoir ...
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Put a slash through a word

I would like to write a word with a slash through it, using LaTeX (in text, not in math mode). That is, I want a line from the lower-left corner of the word through the upper-right. Is there a nice ...
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Is there a nice way to make a strikethrough for the square subset character in LaTeX?

I am working on some math that uses the square subset notation. I need a good way to strikethrough the character in LaTeX. I have tried using the package "cancel" but the strikethrough it produces ...
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Strikeout in math mode

How can I strikeout words in math mode (similar to \sout with \usepackage{ulem} in text mode)? I've tried \usepackage{cancel} and \(\cancel{1+1=2}\) but that draws a diagonal line.
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Double strikeout

I'm using the ulem for strikethrough, but need two formats of strikethrough. I'm currently using \dout{text} which looks good, but the second\xout{text} makes the base text a little too unreadable. ...