10 questions linked to/from Evaluation of Differentiation and Integration
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### What's the proper way to typeset a differential operator?

I can't seem to find any consensus on the right way to typeset a differential operator, whether it is: in a standalone context: as part of a derivative: as part of an integral: In all of these ...
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### Line with symbol after integral [duplicate]

I'm trying to do line and $t_b$ exactly as on the image, but couldn't find out how.
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### How to use LaTex write this expression? [duplicate]

How to use LaTex represent this expression:
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### What's the code for “evaluated at” line with separate limits? [duplicate]

I want the limits separated, like in the second one here: TOO CLOSE: $\int_{a}^{b}$ RIGHT: $\int\limits_{a}^{b}$ How to I do the same thing with the vertical line "evaluated at"-limits? TOO CLOSE: \$...
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### "Evaluated at" bar for derivatives: \Bigr, \biggr, or \left...\right?

I'm trying to determine if there is a best practice for typesetting the "evaluated at" bar for derivatives. The three possibilities I'm thinking of are shown in the code excerpt below: \begin{gather*}...
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### How to put an inequality sign along with a letter as a subscript when using equations?

First time posting, sorry if my question in the title isn't clear enough. To clarify, I'm trying to put an inequality sign, more specifically the sign > alongside a given Greek letter (alpha) after ...
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### Writing limits of integration [duplicate]

I'm not sure exactly what it's called, but I would like to draw the line after an integral has been "solved," showing limits of integration, like so: There is a line with a 9 above and 1 below.
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### typing a straightline next to a dfrac? [duplicate]

I would like to type how do I do it? Thanks!
### How to automatically scale \mid within delimiters [duplicate]
How does TeX decide how to size a middle delimiter? When I want to show evaluation of limits of an integral, I would type $$\int_1^2 x\; dx=\frac{x^2}{2}|_1^2=4-\frac{1}{2}=\frac{7}{2}.$$ How do I ...