{subscripts} are smaller characters appearing set slightly below the normal line.

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Combining \operatorname with \mathnormal and \mathrm

Related Question: Typesetting the square of a mathematical operator \operatorname converts its argument into a function symbol with appropriate spaces on the left and on the right. However, I ...
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How to write 1, 2, … as a subscript to a letter?

I have two theta angles, one is \theta -1, other one is \theta -2. How can I write that properly? I want to give numbers to the thetas, putting the numbers at the bottom right end of the letter.
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Problem with the subscripts of adjacent sums

I have a problem with the subscript under the sum, \sum_{i \in X} \sum_{i \in \bar{X}} for example gives the subscript at different heights for each sum. Does anyone know how to fix this?
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Problem formatting a subscript in math mode

$\nu_{\rm FWHM}$ prints FWHM too large. But when I try: $\nu_{\mbox{\tiny FWHM}}$ the size is okay but the kerning looks wrong. What is the best way to make a compact little FWHM subscript tag ...
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Sub-/Superscripts in Headings/Normal Text [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to typeset subscript in usual text mode? I sometimes want to typeset something simple like $N_2$ or $3^2$ in a Heading, other times in a paragraph of normal text. I ...
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Index Exponent with LaTeX

Please, how can i write C i,j in LaTeX (i as an index and j an an exponent)? I know just that: C^j C_i
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Missing <sub> tags in tex4ht output

When processing a LaTeX source with tex4ht, I can't seem to reliably convert subscripts in text mode to <sub> tags in the HTML output. My only solution so far is to switch to math mode. But for ...
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Better looking nested subscripts and superscripts

I have a situation where I need to subscript a superscript in math mode (and actually, subscript that subscript in some cases). (Please don't waste time telling me to change my notation; this is the ...
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Subscript of bigcap in Beamer [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Show inline math as if it were display math I write \bigcap_{0 \leq k \leq n} in Beamer, the subscript 0 \leq k \leq n is shown on the right side of the \bigcap. Does ...
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Strange interaction between amsmath and setspace

Compiling the MWE below, you will observe in the output the following phenomenon (you may have to zoom in): Comment amsmath out. Then, the spacing beteen lines is such that the subindex of the ...
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Boldface and subscripts in verbatim mode?

How do I create boldface and subscripts in verbatim mode? I've seen mention of a fancyvrb package that might be able to help. Can anyone provide working LaTeX code, either with or without fancyvrb?
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How to put some special diagram in the subscript of a letter?

I'm a newer by using Latex. I don't know how to code the following equation. Can you give me some helpful suggestions? _____ ______ | | |___ |____ ...
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Problematic space between S and its subscript

Though I have solved this problem, I still want to hear the LaTeX community on this point. I also need to know if I have misunderstood anything, or if my fix is wrong. I have the following ...
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ignore subscripts or hide subscripts

Is there a way to define a command in a way, that a possible subsequent subscript is hidden? something like \newcommand{\mycommand}[1]{#1\nosubscript} analogously to math operators and \limit if i ...
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Problem with the subscript of the summation sign written in the text [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to stack limits for maths operators? The following is the text having summation sign $\sum_{a,b}$ replacing $\sum_{a=1}^n\sum_{a=1,~b\neq a}^{n}$ that is within ...
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Using \emph and a subscript

How would I go about adding a subscript to a symbol I'm defining from an equation. For example I have an equation E_m = \alpha_m x + y How can I then do something like \emph \alpha\textsubscript{m} ...
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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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Parenthesis size and white space in equation with long subscripts

I'm writing an equation which contains a relatively long subscritps under a summation, which is just next to a bracket. The code is the following $$\mu_j=\E(X_j)=\E\left( \sum_{i\in ...
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typesetting 2 line conditions over which is summed

I am trying to typeset the formula below in a way that m_j=m_i and z_j=z_i have the same scriptsize, the = are aligned, and j: is before both, larger and with vertical position between the lines. How ...
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How to avoid sub-stacks being squeezed onto the baseline?

I'm using XeLaTeX on Linux (just to pre-empt any questions about that...) I think my question is best described with this Picture: As you can see in the red circles, the n \to \infty line got ...
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How to make the amsxtra \accentedsymbol work with subscripts etc.?

The amsxtra package provides the \accentedsymbol command which typesets the argument and stores the result. This can speed up LaTeX compilation significantly if lots of accents etc. are used ...
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Squeeze superscripts and subscripts around bracketed expressions in display math

Consider a bracketed term in display math, like this. Is there any way to squeeze the space between the super/sub-scripts and the bracketed term? e.g. where I've modified the image to create the ...
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Placement of subscripts using unicode-math. Is it XeTeX bug?

I don't like placement of subsripts when using unicode math fonts under XeLaTeX. In contrast to CM fonts the subscripts are placed at different vertical positions obviously depending on the depth of ...
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Subscript vertical position dependent on presence of superscript - how to change? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Subscripts for primed variables If I have a variable which is always subscripted but only sometimes superscripted, the vertical position of the subscript varies. For ...
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Subdepth subscripts not aligned

I was under the impression that the subdepth package would even out the depth of subscripts, but I just tried the following code in which the subscripts are not "aligned": \documentclass{article} ...
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How to lower the superscripts (and raise the subscripts) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: tex4ht problems with footnotes I am preparing a document using XeLaTeX, unicode-math and Asana Math OTF (turned on by \setmathfont{Asana-Math.otf}). I've noticed that ...
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Multiple tensor indices with breqn package

When I try to use the tensor style file to create multiple tensor indices with the breqn style file, I run into the following problem shown in this (minimal) code: \documentclass{article} ...
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Text in subscript

For my text-in-mathmode needs in LaTeX, I use \mbox. However, it does not seem to behave well in subscripts. How can I write text that adjusts its height? $ 3 \mbox{dB} = f_{ 3 \mbox{dB} } $ ...
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Problem with \mathpalette and \mathchoice

When working on an additional answer to this question of mine, I stumbled across the following problem with \mathpalette. For simplicity I give an example where in practice it is ridiculous to use ...
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Subscripts for primed variables

When I add a subscript to a primed variable, the subscript is rendered lower than when it is a subscript to an unprimed variable. For example, when I compile $l_x l'_x l_x l'_x l_x l'_x$ I get ...
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non-kludgey left subscripts

I was taught to make a left subscript as a right subscript to {}. For example, I would use f: {}_RA \rightarrow {}_RB to typeset this: If you instead use f: _RA \rightarrow _RB the left ...
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\vec{p_{\bar p}} renders strangely

When I do: \vec{p_{\bar p}} I get: instead of with the \vec shifted over a bit. Why does this happen? (Also, \vec{\mbox{p_{\bar p}}} renders identically, even though \mbox{p_{\bar p}} looks ...
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Redefine the default depth of superscript and subscript document-wide

The behavior of subscript and supscript operator _ and ^ is like a blackbox to me, I am curious if I could redefine the behavior of them globally for a document. I searched the forum and found ...
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special symbol for matrix index l

In the following image there are two different styles used for matrix index l. The first one is the default one. How can one get the second one? The code is for the first equation is ...
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A macro which is similiar to \prescript but it can be used in text mode

How to define a macro, say \pretextsuperscript, to get a presuperscript ahead a word in text mode? Just simply write \textsuperscript{2}hormone and \textsuperscript{2}population is incorrect. Why say ...
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Writing a limit so that the subscript goes directly underneath

When I write $\lim_{x \rightarrow p} f(x) = q$, the subscript x \rightarrow p appears to the right of the limit, instead of directly underneath it. When I try $\displaystyle \lim_{x \rightarrow p} ...
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Removing extra space with \pmod command

When using the \pmod command as a subscript to a sum, I often encounter some extra unwanted space. For example, writing \[ \sum_{n \equiv 1 \pmod{k}} ... \] produces the following image: Does ...
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Alternatives to \sideset and \nolimits?

I'm trying to typeset as $one \sideset{}{_{three}}\prod two$ in instiki (well, ok, it's the nLab [waves to Andrew Stacey]), but it doesn't work. Is there any other alternative to \sideset that I ...
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Defining a newcommand with sub- or superscript and avoiding “double subscript” error

I often use shortcuts defined via \newcommand. However sometimes it causes a "double subscript" problem if a shortcut contains a subscript and I try to add one more subscript when using it. I am ...
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relative hspace in newcommand

I'm trying to create a symbol of a gray triangle with a black border. I managed to do so using: \newcommand{\factor}{{\color{gray} \blacktriangledown}\hspace{-1.6ex}\triangledown} However, the two ...
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How to properly subscript in a superscripted fraction?

the title says it all. It attached a MWE to display the different relative sizes of a subscript within a normal fraction and a superscripted fraction. As you can see, in the superscripted fraction the ...
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How do I get references in subscripts to be the right size when compiling to dvi with hyperref?

(Having investigated the original question, I'm taking the liberty of re-writing it as I've found a MWE and so isolated the problem, but I don't know a solution. Andrew Stacey.) The scenario is as ...
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Writing (mixed) tensors

Does anybody know about a specific package for handling tensors? Consider, for example, a contraction of the type ...
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Weird font/spacing issue with LuaTeX & Asana Math

Trying to use LuaTeX font support in some big document, everything went fine except a little glitch with Asana Math font. Here is the issue: \documentclass{standalone} \usepackage{unicode-math} ...
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Redefine underscore on a per command basis.

Is it possible to redefine the underscore while within a particular command only? This is somewhat related to: Redefine underscore to produce roman subscript I would like: \mycmd --> S ...
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sub- and superscripting together in text mode

I want to use sub- and superscript together in text mode. I've found this macro to solve the problem \def\textsubsuperscript#1#2{\rlap{\textsubscript{#1}}\textsuperscript{#2}} But it doesn't works ...
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Uneven subscripts. [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Supremum of the infimum Is there a way to make the subscripts appear evenly in the following code: \sup_{a\in A}\inf_{b\in B}? That is, so that a\in A doesn't appear ...
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The use of subindices with greek letters

I need to use subindices with greek letters. But I find that the result is sometimes decipherable. Examples: $\alpha_{H}$, $\gamma_{H}$ Do you have any suggestion in that regard? Of course, I do ...
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How to prevent adding subscript from italicizing the text thereafter?

When I try to add subscript(I write O_L and O_R to denote left and right ) in my text all the text after that becomes italicized. Any ideas what might be causing this?
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Is there a way to stop the vertical spread of multiple super- and sub-scripts?

I'd like to be able to place multiple sub and superscripts (in maths mode) on an element without having them expand vertically. That is, so that in the output of ${x^2_4}^6_8$, the 2 and 6 were ...