[Not sure how to word this question exactly, please let me know if it is a duplicate.]
Many older scientific papers are set completely in "typewriter" style. Here is an equation that was set using the IBM Selectric typewriter:
Superscripts and subscripts are the same size as ordinary characters, as is the summation symbol. Is there a way to reproduce this in LaTeX? I imagine that a way to do this might be to (1) somehow enforce that all glyphs are the "normal" size and (2) use a typeface with monospaced math glyphs.
I'm aware of the
typewriter package, although it doesn't completely solve my problem, since it seems to change the size of subscripts and superscripts.
Any help or any suggestions on how to improve the wording of my question would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.