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Subscripts for primed variables

When I add a subscript to a primed variable, the subscript is rendered lower than when it is a subscript to an unprimed variable. For example, when I compile $l_x l'_x l_x l'_x l_x l'_x$ I get The ...
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Double Subscript for Subsequences

What's the best way to write subsequences? $x_n_i$ gives an error, while $x_{n_{i}}$ works, but it just looks like $x_{ni}$ (the i isn't lowered enough below the n)...
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Moving the bar on hbar

I've been using the mathdesign package (specifically with the garamond font), and whenever I try using \hbar, the bar is much too high and to the left. In order to fix this, I wanted to know how to ...
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Automatically Raising Subscripts

I have the following expression J_{ne}\boldsymbol{\mathsf{J}}_{ne}^{-1} which is awkward in the sense that as the second (sans-serif) J has a superscript that the subscripted indices are lower than ...
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Understanding expansion of \mathpalette

I'm trying to make sense of the \mathpalette code used in this answer. To repeat it below: \makeatletter \newcommand{\raisemath}[1]{\mathpalette{\raisem@th{#1}}} \newcommand{\raisem@th}[3]{\raisebox{#...
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Redefine the default depth of superscript and subscript document-wide

The behavior of subscript and supscript operator _ and ^ is like a blackbox to me, I am curious if I could redefine the behavior of them globally for a document. I searched the forum and found ...
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vertical spacing in one equation (not align)

\begin{equation} I_D=\frac{I_{sc_n}+K_i\Delta T}{exp\left(\frac{V_{oc_n}+K_v\Delta T}{nN_sV_t}\right)} \end{equation} That's my equation and here's its appearance I think I can change the vertical ...
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How to lower the superscripts (and raise the subscripts) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: tex4ht problems with footnotes I am preparing a document using XeLaTeX, unicode-math and Asana Math OTF (turned on by \setmathfont{Asana-Math.otf}). I've noticed that ...
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Superscript in subscript (notation for removing one row and column from a matrix)

I need some notation for a matrix M which indicates that row r and column c is excluded. I tried M_{(r,c)^-} but the minus sign is too low and not close enough for this to be good notation. \...
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How to lower subscript level, using macro or package or some global setting [duplicate]

related how-to-raise-a-subscript Is there a way to tell latex, via a macro or otherwise, to lower the subscript a little more, without changing or modifying the actual code itself after \begin{...