Questions tagged [math-operators]

{math-operators} is about operators in math mode. These include sums, integrals and similar, text operators like sin, cos, etc.

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unicode-math: problem with math versions and operator font --?

When changing the math font using \mathversion under unicode-math, math operator commands (such as \lim or \cos) lead to an error message stating "math alphabet identifier \mathrm is undefined in math ...
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On a classic integral sign

In the attempt of imitating the typeset of some classic paper in the Philosophical Transactions (see e.g. Maxwell, Donkin, or Boole), I got stack when I had to find an integral sign that is close to ...
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How to make enough space around custom turnstiles?

I use the package turnstile, but only to define my own macros because it doesn't define negated turnstiles and its turnstiles are too tall. My non-negated turnstiles look fine to me (not as tall as ...
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slender \lgroup and \rgroup

The default \lgroup symbol in the most of math-mode fonts is thicker as compared to the text- and math-mode alphabets and numbers. A few fonts provide slender \lgroup symbols like newtxmath, mathabx, ...
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Problem with font math operator

this is my first time here because I need a help about main font and math font. When I use the standard font, there isn't problem, but, when I change the main font, for example "Gill Sans MT", the ...
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Is this possible for inline math line breaks: Have symbol duplicated on the next line?

In certain typographical conventions, it is customary to duplicate symbols of binary mathematical operators when a line break occurs. For instance, if a + b = c is broken at +, the result would be a + ...
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How can I write Arabic Mathematical Symbols in Latex?

How can I write Arabic mathematical symbols within Arabic text in Latex? For example, Integral, square root and derivative symbols from right to left as follow: Edit: \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{...
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Long divisions in pages

I'm using the 'insert equation' function in pages and there I can type some LaTeX code to get equations and so on. Anyway, very basic stuff. Now, I started using LaTeX a week ago, I found a lot of ...
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\DeclareMathOperator vs. \operatorname*

To define my own math operators, I usually use amsmath's \DeclareMathOperator. However, with \DeclareMathOperator{\Res}{Res} does not give me the desired "limits" under the operator even in displayed ...
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Problem with math formula contains alpha subscript

I am newbie to latex. I would like to write a long math formula but I can't figure out why alpha subscript is missed out after compiling (Please find the attached picture). Here is how I write the ...
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Special font for only some symbols

Is there a way to use \usepackage{newtxmath} only for \sum, \int and \lambda and just normal settings for all other symbols? thanks.
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Spaces between operators and numbers in textmode

I just found the package siunitx which also handles the formatting of numbers quite nicely. It even allows for putting an operator before the number, which is quite practical in texts. I am not sure ...
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\mathop spaces on \intop limits

I use \intop from esint package and it behaves different with limits when included in \mathop. It is declared as: \re@DeclareMathSymbol{\intop}{\mathop}{largesymbolsA}{'001} Example: \documentclass{...
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Problem with math \complement, MinionPro and Mnsymbol packages

I have a problem with \complement command. Instead the expect output for this command appears the output for \lcirclerightint. I'm usign MinionPro packages which loads automatically MnSymbol. I ...
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\varamalg and \varcoprod operators for disjoint union

For the disjoint union, I don't like \amalg and \coprod very much. So, I did all my best to create a \varamalg with this code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{...
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Algebraic long division with package? in math mode? Able to handle negative exponents?

I need to express a/(a+a^(-1)) - a^(-1)/(a+a^(-1)) with long division, for a mathematical lemma. I have done the operation on paper and have the come to the following: eq1: a/(a+a^(-1)) = 1 - a^(-2) +...
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Operator space mismatch

Operator space differ for first number and subsequent numbers in inline math, how to fix it throughout in inline math? e.g., $-3 -3$ \documentclass{article} \begin{document} analyse the effects of ...
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\min and \max compiled as musical notes?

I have been working on a large document form some time now already, and I recently noticed that some of the \max and \min operators I used in math-mode and equation environments are being compiled ...
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Can we use \glsxtrnewsymbol for a symbol containing \operatorname?

Please consider the following example from this question (Method 3): \documentclass{article} \usepackage[colorlinks]{hyperref} \usepackage[symbols, nogroupskip]{glossaries-extra} \...
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How use \DeclarePairedDelimiterX after \providecommand* for same command?

The package mismath includes the definition: \providecommand*{\abs}[1]{\left\vert#1\right\vert} After loading mathtools, I want to redefine \abs by: \DeclarePairedDelimiterX{\abs}[1]\lvert\rvert{#1}...
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How to typeset nested radical/root expressions?

I'm writing my own math expression typesetting engine. I want to learn how to best typeset radical expressions. The choices actually apply to all radical expressions, however, nested radical ...
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Pre-define complicated math operators

Problem I am trying to find a easy way to write Rademacher complexity so that I just need to write different index, function and constraint every time. Like defining partial derivative I previously ...
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What is a good way to declare math operators?

it's not really clear to me how to declare unary and binary math operators in a "good" way. At the very least, I'd like spacing to be correct. But I'd also like the defined macro to be used "as is" in ...
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XeLaTex: error on Z operator of an equation

I try to write the following equation using amsmath: So far I tried the following approaches: $H : G \rightarrow \Z_{q}^{*}$ $H : G \rightarrow \Zeta_{q}^{*}$ But both of them result to erroneous ...
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Context sensitive set formation operator

In my works I normally use \{x\mid\varphi(x)\} as a set forming operator. Its disadvantage, from my point of view, is that the vertical stroke is always the same, irrespective of the context. Is ...
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LaTeX for word style divide?

In microsoft word equation, it's possible to write a / b in a format that a is slightly upper than normal text, the / can be entered using \ldivide. Is it possible to do so in LaTeX?