# Limits under intersection [duplicate]

I am not sure because that element sign under the intersection sign is not aligned. Every time I use \bigcap, \limits, for instance,

$$N(G) = \bigcap \limits_{H\in \Sigma} N_G(H)$$.

## marked as duplicate by gernot, Zarko, Schweinebacke, Stefan Pinnow, Romain PicotMar 23 '17 at 15:05

You can judge by yourself which one to prefer.

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{amsmath}

\newcommand{\raisedin}{\mathrel{\text{\raisebox{\depth}{$\in$}}}}

\begin{document}

\noindent
Normal
$a\in X = \bigcap_{H\in \Sigma} N_G(H)$
Raised
$a\raisedin X = \bigcap_{H\raisedin \Sigma} N_G(H)$

\end{document}


I don't recommend this, but....

\documentclass{article}

\newcommand{\raisedin}[1][]{\raisebox{0.05em}{#1$\in$}}

\begin{document}
$$N(G) = \bigcap \limits_{H\raisedin[\scriptsize] \Sigma} N_G(H)$$

\end{document}