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Superimpose letter on integral symbol

Good Afternoon all, I am trying to typeset a symbol that I have been using to represent the integral of a regulated function. This symbol is the standard integral symbol, with the letter "R" ...
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position of the slash in hatted \slashed

So I want to denote the Dirac operator with a hat, and I tried both \hat{\slashed{D}} and \slashed{\hat{D}}: the first one has the $^$ rather distant to the $\slashed{D}$, while the second one has the ...
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How to put bullet symbol on top of downarrow symbol

I want to put bullet symbol on top of downward arrow symbol. Can someone help me on this? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{graphicx} \begin{document} The transition is represented with ...
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2answers
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conventional temperature symbol

Looking for a symbol for the thermodynamic concept of conventional Temperature corresponding to \SI{298.15}{\kelvin} or \SI{25}{\Celsius} it is basically an uppercase T with a lowercase c overlaying ...
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3answers
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Wide inverted breve overset

I want an inverted breve that spans the width of two symbols rather than one. I have tried the suggestions in: inverted breve accent in math mode , and in How to put \smallsmile or \smallfrown on top ...
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2answers
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How can I underline mathematics using a harpoon of variable size?

I am a new user of LaTeX. I want to underline the answers to mathematics problems using a \rightharpoondown symbol. If possible, I would like a \rightharpoondown of variable size, as in the image ...
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4answers
435 views

How to typeset an isomorphism symbol ($\simeq$) with a long bar

Is there any way to typeset in LaTeX a \simeq with a longer bar, or equivalently \stackrel{\sim}{\longrightarrow} without the arrowhead?
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Vertical double asterisk that aligns well with the double dagger

The LaTeX text footnote symbol sequence begins with ∗ † ‡ § ¶ ∥. I'd like to define a vertical double asterisk ⁑ (\textastdbl) so that I can insert it into the sequence: * ⁑ † ‡ § ¶ ∥ (note: actual ...
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How to write a pretty \not \varepsilon

How can I write a pretty \not\varepsilon? I want something like \notin, since I use \varepsilon as a relation symbol like \in.
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1answer
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Math Symbol for Corresponds (Better definition of smash) [duplicate]

I'm using \overset{\smallfrown}{=} to make the math symbol for corresponds. Is there a better definition for this symbol? If not how do I properly smash what I've defined? I tried ...
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Add a comment on top of “equal” and “approximate” symbols [duplicate]

I was wondering whether it is possible to add some comment on top of the \approx symbol in a similar way that the command \xrightarrow{text} produces an arrow with text over it.
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Straight Braces

Can I make a variant of Latex Braces? In some equations system, I'd like to use a left brace like in this picture:
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1answer
523 views

A better notation to denote arcs for an American high school textbook

For years, I've been using a hobbled together command to get the arc notation as used in the textbooks adopted by high schools in my area. I'm not really all that pleased with the result: it's just ...
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How can I type “lambda-bar”?

I would like to be able to add the symbol "lambda-bar" (see below) into an equation. How can I do this?
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1answer
495 views

How can I make an overset symbol at the same size and height as \bar except with a different symbol?

Apologies for the cryptic title, but I was not sure how best to phrase the question in one sentence. I am essentially trying the create a vector symbol with \rightharpoonup as the top instead of the ...
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What is the command for a sum symbol superimposed on an integral sign?

I want to express a sum over all discrete states and an integral over all continuum states. Usually, the sign for this is a $\sum$ superimposed on an $\int$. Is there a command to make this symbol? If ...
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1answer
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How to place symbols on top of each other (not \overset, \underset)?

I tried to set two symbols on top of each other via: \begin{align*} \Rightarrow\atop\nLeftarrow \end{align*} How can I reduce the space between the symbols? \overset etc. is what I normally use, ...
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How to put a symbol inside another in math mode?

In math mode, I would like to put a symbol inside another. Let say I want to put an x inside a V. I would like x to be in the empty space inside the letter V. I guess I need to put V in a box, then x ...
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2answers
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How to put something at the top of the \longrightarrow?

I would like to put something at the top of the \longrightarrow, something like \longrightarrow^{k\rightarrow\infty}. However, instead of putting k\rightarrow\infty on the top right corner, I would ...
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1answer
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How to write “is distributed as” under a certain hypothesis?

I'd need a special symbol used in statistics. What I need is a tilde with something written upon it. I can get the tilde by using \sim, but I need to add a superscript over it (H_0). If I use ...
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3answers
992 views

How to put a symbol inside a circle arrow?

I'm trying to draw a clockwise circle arrow with a symbol inside. My current solution requires manual alignment of the content, and as such doesn't look very good. ...
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1answer
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How to put symbol around the equal sign?

In the question Latex Math Symbol: Vitanyi puts a tiny plus symbol over his equals. How do I do that?, there was an answer to how to place additional sign over the equal sign. And my question is, ...
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How to stack limits for maths operators?

I have a question on how is it possible to create a \sum with two lower limits directly positioned right underneath each other. I have tried hard and cant seem to get anywhere with it.
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2answers
681 views

Customized accent symbol

I would like to create a customized accent that is basically the symbol \therefore, i.e. I would like to have a letter with the "three-dot \therefore symbol" on top of it. I am new to LaTeX and I am ...
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7answers
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frown and mathop/stackrel/overset

I need something like \stackrel{\frown}{MM'} to express the fact that MM' is some path. But I am not really satisfied by the look of the result. The \frown is too high. Would you please have a ...