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I'm trying to achieve what you see in the following picture:

What I want to do:

But all I am getting is the following graphic:

What I'm getting

I want the word SKOPUS under the underbrace.

Here is my code, can anyone please explain me what I am doing wrong and how could I fix this?

\[\underbrace{\[  %ex.26
\left\{\begin{array}{c}
    \text{always} \\
    \text{sometimes} \\
    \text{never} \\
    \text{usually} \\
    \text{\dots}
    \end{array}\right\}$_{\text{SKOPUS}}}$\]\]

Thank you very much.

PS: Picture B should say QUANTOR instead of SKOPUS.

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Try with

\[\underbrace{  %ex.26
\left\{\begin{array}{c}
    \text{always} \\
    \text{sometimes} \\
    \text{never} \\
    \text{usually} \\
    \text{\dots}
    \end{array}\right\}}_{\mbox{SKOPUS}}\]

instead

  • That worked, thank you very much for your time! – Carolina Cárdenas Dec 16 '16 at 13:56

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