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$$\Sh(E/K)=\ker\textbraceleft WC(E/K)\rightarrow\prod_{\nu\in M_K}WC(E/K_{\nu})\textbraceright$$

How do I make my brackets larger than the \prod within it?

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  • \bigl[ or \biggl[ or \left[ \right]
    – Sigur
    Jun 24, 2014 at 0:39
  • what if I want to use curly brackets?
    – Haikal Yeo
    Jun 24, 2014 at 0:45
  • Use \{ or \}.
    – Sigur
    Jun 24, 2014 at 0:46
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    Please consider reading Why is \[\] preferable to $$?
    – Werner
    Jun 24, 2014 at 5:25
  • To get curly brackets with the correct size, you can (should?) use \left\{ and \right\}. Jun 24, 2014 at 8:34

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You can use the \left and \right commands to produce delimiters that will adjust to their content. For instance, to obtain curly brackets, you should use \left\{ and \rigth\} this way:

\[\Sh(E/K)=\ker \left\{ WC(E/K)\rightarrow\prod_{\nu\in M_K}WC(E/K_{\nu}) \right\} \]

(Notice that I changed $$ to \[ and \], as recommended)

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