I'm trying to write a dot over a subscript - like
My problem is that this comes out looking all wrong. The dot is inside the x, it's just messy. Does anyone know of a way to do this?
P.S I'm doing this because I want to write the euler-lagrange equations in the more compact form
so I need a method that will accompany another dot on top of the one in the subscript. Any help would be appreciated.
Edit: Mico answered this below to all who have the same issue! Thanks Mico!