I want to denote the interior of $D^3$, so I use $\overset{\circ}{D^3}$. This looks like this:

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However I find this kind of ugly, and would rather have the circ just above the $D$, but then $\overset{\circ}{D}^3$ is giving even stranger things, like this:

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Is there a way to have what I want? This would be basically the \circ as in the second image, and the 3 as in the first.


You should use \mathring{...}, rather than \overset{\circ}{...}.





The amsmath package is not really necessary for this, but it's recommended for any math document.

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