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How to show the number 1 in bold italics math font? I tried using \bm{1} but the looks seems ain't any different from \bf{1}.

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  • note that \bf is not defined by default but if used the syntax would be {\bf 1} not \bf{1} \bm{\mathit{1}} probably does what you want. Nov 28 '21 at 10:57
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\bm will make it bold, but you want \mathit to make it italic.

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\documentclass{article}

\usepackage{bm}

\begin{document}

$1 + \mathit{1} + \mathbf{1} + \bm{\mathit{1}} $
\end{document}
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    This is exactly what I wanted. Thank you man. Nov 28 '21 at 11:01

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