{superscripts} are smaller characters appearing set slightly above the normal line.

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Superscript size when using reflected glyphs

I want to use a reflected $\Gamma$ symbol as a superscript in math mode. I am using \reflectbox from graphicx package to declare a macro for reflected symbol and it works in normal size (math) mode. ...
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Superscript/subscript fonts different from body font

The following minimal example: \documentclass{article} \renewcommand{\familydefault}{\sfdefault} \begin{document} 10$^5$ and CO$_2$. \end{document} produces the following: The superscript and ...
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Getting superscripts in math mode without the ^ character

Is there a way to get the superscript math mode behavior without using ^? By way of background: I work at a large school that has a large web site that occasionally has math content on pages. I ...
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How does `unicode-math` correct super-/sub-script positioning?

From my understanding, unicode-math primarily relies on the data in the OpenType MATH table to properly typeset each font. However, in most of the OpenType fonts I have examined (including the ones ...
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natbib with superscript option does not handle optional parameter well [duplicate]

I am using natbib for citation like so: \usepackage[super, comma, numbers, square, sort]{natbib} With normal citations, e.g. \cite{some-ref} this works as expected. But when i try to pass an ...
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How to put one symbol (number) above another

I'd like to put one symbol over another? There are some similar things in math, like $\binom{a}{b}$, but I don't want the parentheses, or $\frac{a}{b}$ without the division line. The closest I've ...
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CM fonts kerning in math superscripts

Using CM fonts with either a traditional engine or XeTeX, an expression such as $D^rf$ produces too much space between the r and the f in the output. It's easy to fix manually by inserting a \!. ...
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Get comma between multiple reference superscript numbers

When I add multiple references at the same point in my document, the superscript numbers are shown directly next to each other. I want a comma between them but cannot work out how to do that. It was ...
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how to specify font for superscripts using ucharclasses with xelatex

Lohit Tamil Classical font that I am using with Xelatex does not have a glyph for superscript 4. (please see https://github.com/pravins/lohit/issues/68) I have tried using ucharclasses for automatic ...
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Kerning super- and subscripts “semantically”

I want to know if it's possible to change how LaTeX typesets superscripts and subscripts (separately, that is, not both at once) for an element where the default kerning doesn't cut it for me. Some ...
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Double subscript not coming with product in this formula

I am not able to write this in latex with the subscript p|n (maybe more than one line) under the product and above the product sign also I need something to be written( say k). Moreover it would be ...
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pderiv square macro [duplicate]

How do I update the macro for partial derivative in order to accept standard second or bigger order? I have so far \newcommand{\pderiv}[2]{\frac{\partial #1}{\partial #2}} for the first order ...
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How do I strike out indices? [duplicate]

I want to strike out the superscripts and subscripts for an expression like $$\Gamma^{\lambda}_{\mu\nu}$$ I tried the ulem package: \usepackage[normalem]{ulem} \sout{Hello World} and the soul ...
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VIM Latex Suite repeating symbols with subscripts and superscripts

I have a document that needs a lot of symbols in math environment, that have both superscripts and subscripts like x_1^1, x_1^2, x_2^1, x_2^2, with different bases. x could be y, z, etc.... Having to ...
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\bigl and \bigr in sub/superscripts

When typesetting expressions with multiple adjacent parentheses, I like to use \bigl and \bigr on the outermost parentheses to make it easier to read, especially with 3 or more parentheses in a row. ...
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Subscript not aligned when there is superscript

For example, A_{P_{i+1} P'_{i+1} P'_i} gives me something like this: Right now I just add ^{ } to the first P to solve this problem. This there a systematic way to deal with this?
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modifying natbib superscript citation output

I use natbib with superscript mode to format citations. I would like to 1) change the citation font size (smaller) and 2) move the citation to the left a little bit. I also have a few in line ...
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How to fix the spaces of superscript text

I'm trying to typeset an old bible which has all the verses superscripted. I created a command that produces a superscript number corresponding to the verse number, and then this is increased by one. ...
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Superscript placement using unicode-math with scaling

When I scale up a math font using the unicode-math package, the placement of the superscript is too low. How can I globally adjust the placement of superscripts for this scaled math font? ...
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How do I typeset a supersuperscript in LaTeX

I need to type something like x^{x^x} in LaTeX, but I keep getting the error ! Double superscript. l.820 ...}(1)_t^{z_{11}}\mathcal{Q}(1)_t^{\prime}^ ...
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Footnote in \bfseries: New error in newpx update [closed]

After a recent update, the newpx font packages (newpxtext, newpxmath) throw an error when trying to make a superscript footnote number within a group where the boldface series is selected. ...
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underbrace in superscript exponentiation [duplicate]

So I have this latex code \underbrace{ a^{\frac{1}{n}} \cdot a^{\frac{1}{n}} \cdot \ldots \cdot a^{\frac{1}{n}} }_{n\text{-times}}} = a^{ \underbrace{ \frac{1}{n} + \frac{1}{n} + \ldots + ...
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Superscript-like text on a text

I want to add a small text on a regular one. It looks like a superscript but the difference is the regular text won't have any break. I don't know how to explain the situation correctly so I added a ...
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How to format endnotemark

I'm trying to get «real» superscript figures to the numbering of endnotes. It was quite straightforward loading the xltxtra package, but it isn't working when I change all footnotes to endnotes. So, ...
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multi character subscript in a superscript

How to put a subscript in a superscript Shows hows to write simple subscript to a superscript like this \sum_{w=0}^{w_i}f(x) and that works. What I need is a complex subscript. Like ...
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XeLaTeX won't use superscript-table of OTF

The following MWE will show you the problem I encountered today. As asked, the problem I see, is that in math-mode the numbers aren't displayed as in the first line. David Carlisle stated, that this ...
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How to get row height in tabular?

I want to calculate row height that I could change tabular vertical rule. Everything is fine if I don't use superscript. But with superscript I don't get correct height of vertical line (\vline). ...
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TeX4HT \textregistered and an unwanted semicolon

Using \textregistered{} and/or \textregistered result in ®; ®; Is there a way I can redefine this symbol so that it doesn't include a semicolon or is there a package conflict that is causing this ...
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Typeset a degree sign in tex4ht

I am trying to produce a degree sign in tex4ht (ideally with the same code that produces the pdf) The PDF works fine in all of the different ways of displaying the degree sign, but the html document ...
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Spacing between several superscripts mboxes

I'm getting a small extra space between two superscripts in separate math objects. MVE: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} zz$\mbox{zz}^{\mbox{a,a,}}$$^{\mbox{a,a}}$ \end{document} ...
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Why does using color break superscript/subscript horizontal spacing?

The below snippet, within an equation array environment, gives the subsequent rendering: F\left[C^{(n-k)}_{P_{ji}}\right] But when I add color to the snippet (using the color package) as below ...
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Missing chemical sub- and super-scripts in html file compiled with htlatex

Current problem is typesetting with the chemical packages. As would be expected, the PDF is produced without any problems but distinct issues arise with the html production using tex4ht. The HTML ...
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Convert endnote superscripts to parenthetical numbers [duplicate]

I have a manuscript that I want to submit to a journal that requires that the numbers referencing endnotes be in-line numbers in parentheses, rather than superscripts: Is there a simple way to ...
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Vectors and indices

I'm trying to write a vector, r, which is raised to the power two. Currently this is what I'm using $\vec{r}_{i}^{2}$ but the vector arrow and power of two are overlapping. Is there anyway I could ...
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Inverted circumflex not as diacritic

How do I typeset a caron or inverted circumflex as a character on its own in math-mode, rather than as a diacritic above another character? I need to do this because I want to use it as a superscript, ...
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Superscript directly over character

In math mode, I want to typeset a beta character over an equals sign. I've tried $=^{\beta}$, but that produces a superscript to the right. I want the beta to be exactly above the equals sign. How ...
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Problem with math superscript and subscript in arabxetex

I would like use math superscript ^ instead of \sp in mathematical formulae in an Arabic environment when using arabxetex. Unfortunately it doesn't work, see the below example. Is there a way to solve ...
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font size of sub- and superscripts

I got a problem with the font size of my sub- and superscripts. In my opinion, they are a bit too big and look quite unproportional. Is there a way to decrease the font size of sub- and superscripts? ...
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Correct positioning of right-hand superscript in combination with \underbrace

I have a term that needs both an underbrace and a transpose sign as a superscript on its right side. There are three options in what order the \underbrace command its corresponding subscript and the ...
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Correct superscript spacing for new mathbin

I redefined the \div command so that it's U+2215 aka ∕, but for some reason when I use it as a superscript the spacing between this symbol and its numbers is really tight (works fine in displaymode or ...
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Vertical positioning of superscripts with different heights

I'm trying to format some Clebsch-Gordan coefficients to look like this i.e. a normal C followed by a 2x3 array (using super/subscripts; not an actual LaTeX array) of indices. But instead of j_1, ...
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how to raise superscript inside overline?

I want to N squared inside overline. The superscript in $\overline{N^2}$ is too low. How to raise superscript higher? Thanks
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Subscript and superscript for arbitrary symbols in plain TeX

I am trying to obtain a black square with a subscript and a superscript in plain TeX. So far I managed to create $\buildrel abc \over\square$. I could easily use nested \buildrels to achieve the ...
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Should superscripts be carried out of a fraction?

I can't help stumbling upon the usual way LaTeX renders fractions with superscripts: I think that the asterisk has a lower "weight" then the symbol and should not be treated as equal. I find ...
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How do I remove interior brackets from a range of superscript citations?

I'm using the cite package as follows \usepackage[superscript,biblabel]{cite} However, when I try to cite multiple articles, the range includes interior brackets, as seen here. Can anyone tell me ...
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Central superscripts on \bigcup

The \bigcup symbol allows you to write an upper bound (\bigcup_{lb}^{ub}) that will be centered on the top of the cup. For my problem I'm defining a modified version of the union operator that I'd ...
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How to type exponents in Latexian

I'm trying to type X to the power Y as X^{Y} in Latexian but it does not work. Latexian does not seem to understand the SHIFT + 6 Stroke. Are there any other key combination that will produce the ...
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Visually appealing subscripts with `\intercal`

From this discussion (What is the best symbol for vector/matrix transpose?) I like to use \intercal for matrix/vector tranpose symbol. However, when subscripts get involved it gets ugly: MWE: ...
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Add space between \hline and superscript without affecting any other spacing

I want to add space between \hline and A^T without affecting any other spacing. Here is MWE: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \begin{tabular}{l} \hline $\begin{array}{c}a\leftarrow A^Tb ...
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Problem with mhchem subscript and superscript alignement [closed]

In the mhchem package, there is an example of writing CrO42- with the command \ce{CrO4^2-} which produce a formula where the 2- is not aligned with the 4, which is exactly what I want to reproduce. ...