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I am writing a paper expanding on the results of a previous paper, and I want to preserve their terminology, at one point they use this symbol:

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I have no idea how they made it nor how to reproduce it, when I try to copy it I get "p/" so I imagine that maybe they superimposed both symbols.

Thanks.

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2 Answers 2

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This is another solution:

\documentclass{article}

\usepackage{cancel}

\begin{document}
    $\cancel{p}$
\end{document}
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  • It appears that if I use that, and type \cancel{p} in between \begin{align*} ... \end{align*}, then I get an undefined control sequence?
    – Mr Pie
    Jul 30 at 13:02
  • Never mind; that was my own separate error lol
    – Mr Pie
    Jul 30 at 13:13
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For the p with the slash symbol, I'd write

${p\mkern-7.5mu/}$

For the full, three-part symbol, I'd write

${p\mkern-7.5mu/}\mkern-1.8mu\raisebox{-0.35ex}{\scriptsize T}^{\parallel}$

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\documentclass[border=1pt]{standalone}
\begin{document}
${p\mkern-7.5mu/}\mkern-1.8mu\raisebox{-0.35ex}{\scriptsize T}^{\parallel}$
\end{document} 
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