Questions tagged [superscripts]

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How to put superscript and star symbol * on the authors, and set the environment for corresponding author email?

I am writing a paper using the IOPScience latex template, which can be obtained through this link: https://publishingsupport.iopscience.iop.org/author-guidelines-for-conference-proceedings/ How can I ...
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Superscript hours, minutes, seconds over decimal for angles

In this example (from the U.S. Naval Observatory's Almanac for Computers), there is a nice, compact notation for angles where the units of the angle (either degrees or hours, minutes seconds) is shown ...
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TeX double script error even though all brackets are perfectly placed

Whenever I write, ${{\dot y}^a}^\top$ I will receive a double superscript error. But {{\dot y}^a}^\top is perfectly parsed. I don't understand why there would be an error at all. Please help!
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Unicode math and subscript spacing

The following code results in the 'j' being too far away from the parenthesis: \documentclass[a4paper, 12pt]{article} \usepackage[english]{babel} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{fontspec} \...
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Double subscript?

I am examining a way to adjust the size of nested delimiters automatically. This gives 'double subscript': \documentclass[a4paper, 12pt]{article} \usepackage[english]{babel} \usepackage{amsmath} \...
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Don't want superscript citation [closed]

By default, my citation form is in superscript as shown in the image below. I want the citation in the normal size (no superscript). Please let me know how can I fix this?
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Is it possible to rotate a prime when you have a subscript too?

So I want an apostrophe to denote the complement, but the ^\prime symbol looks a bit too angled. I found somewhat of a solution here. But I can't get it to work with subscripts, A_0^\prime yields: ...
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Redefine a letter in mathmode

I'd like to do the same thing that is been done to the greek letter \chi in this post to the letter g. In particular I'd like to redefine g in mathmode to work as \chi here: \makeatletter \...
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Wrong position of superscript with colored brackets

Coloring the brackets changes the position of the superscript. How can I get the same position as in the right example with standard color brackets? I intend to use \left) and \right) for brackets to ...
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How to increase spacing of uppercase subscript

In one equation, I am changing my notation from the one on the left to the one on the right, which uses a right subscript. Especially compared to the initial version, the spacing for the subscript ...
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`xymatrix` arrow labels compiles incorrectly or does not compile

Update: added detail as per @Christoph Frings comments! I am trying to draw a commutative-style diagram using xymatrix and could not find a post detailing the same issue I have. I have used: \...
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Making indices stackable

One thing I have always disliked about the TeX syntax is that double superscripts or subscripts yield an error; I would have found it more natural if they were simply stacked instead. So for fun, I ...
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Lowering the height of a superscript?

If I write $\hat{\bar{M}}^{a}$ by using the code \hat{\bar{M}}^{a} then I find that the superscript a is too high up. I would like for that a to be at the same height as M (but including the bar and ...
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How to make numbers superscript? [duplicate]

Hello guys, How to make numbers superscript? Just like in the picture below
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How to type frameshift-operator | Custom vector operator

I have to use this frameshift-operator, but I could not find a way to reproduce it. I've only found \vec{} and the \vv command from the esvect-package, but the index is at the wrong side of the arrow ...
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Move the star symbol into the top-right-corner of the union symbol

I want to move the * into the top-right-corner of the union symbol. \documentclass{article} \begin{document} $${\bigcup\limits_{i=1}^{k}}^* A_i$$ \end{document} I don't know how to move *. I try ...
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Adjustable norm to subscript and superscript(no mathtools package)

I would like to achieve something very similar to this question but without using mathtools. Example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \def\norm#1{\lVert{#1}\rVert} \begin{document} ...
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Why can I not use the “superiors” package with any options?

I am trying to compile the following document: \documentclass[a4paper,11pt]{scrartcl} \usepackage[supstfm=libertinesups,supscaled=1.2,raised=-.13em]{superiors} \begin{document} a \end{document} The ...
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Adding space in math superscript in XeLaTeX

I had the same question as asked here. The solution is to add this piece of code in the preamble \let\sp^ \catcode`\^=\active \gdef^#1{\sp{\hspace{0.06em} #1}} The solution seems to work. However, I ...
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How to make a superscript of arbitrary width?

I'm trying to make the following two commands of the same width: \newcommand{\Bsh}{\ensuremath{B^{H}_{s}}\xspace} \newcommand{\Bsl}{\ensuremath{B^{L}_{s}}\xspace} in order to avoid these ugly ...
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“superiors” package breaks symbolic footnote position in Libertine

I want to use symbolic footnotes in one or two places of a document typeset in Libertine, the rest can stay arabic as usual. Therefore, I redefine \thefootnote locally: \documentclass{article} \...
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Alignment of subscripts and superscripts that employ mathchoice

I have defined a macro which, for the purposes of demonstration, I have stripped down to the following: \newcommand{\sub}[1]{\mathchoice{_{#1}}{}{}{}} However, with this macro the subscript no longer ...
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Using the physics package to take second derivatives with respect to primed coordinates

As it says in the title, I am attempting to write a second derivative such as the following and ideally would use the shorthand derivative from the physics package which would be the following. \dv[2]...
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Latex equation in github page [closed]

I want to write down in Github page. I have found this article and followed Quick and Simple Inline solution. However, my question is not similar to the linked question because there is no link for ...
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Problem with custom font feature for addition kerning in OpenType font

I try to add some custom kerning to an OpenType font used with fontspec under lualatex. The real-world example uses the Brill fonts, but as they are not part of TeX Live I use Libertinus in the ...
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Shortcut for $ ^{\prime} $ is not working in beamer

I am preparing some lecture notes in beamer documentclass. After I added quite a much of customisations, I realised that the shortcut ' for $ ^{\prime} $ is not working. How do I restore the usual ...
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How to write superscript of a tilde variable

I tried to write the above variable: using the following scripts: \tilde{W}^{j} But, they are not the same, any suggestion to solve this problem.
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Subscript, Superscript, and Bracket

I want to write like this: But when I write \documentclass{article} \usepackage{mathtools} \begin{document} \begin{equation} \lim\limits_{\Delta\rightarrow0}\Delta{}_{t=0}^{t=T}\left\vert\dfrac{df(t)...
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Inconsistent superscript positioning

Observe the following examples of combinations of subscripts and superscripts: $\varphi_n$ $\varphi_n^m$ $\varphi_n^{f(n)}$ $\varphi_n^f$ $\varphi_n^($ We can see that if a superscript is added, ...
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How can I use real superior figures for footnote marks in beamer?

I have a font that offers real superiors and I want to make use of them for the footnote marks in beamer. So I thought I could just set the respective command for the beamer font of footnote mark, but ...
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Have both \limits and normal superscript

I'd like to define an operator that has both a normal-style superscript and a \limits style subscript. The obvious solution doesn't work. \max\limits_{a}\nolimits^{b}
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Lining up sub and superscripts

I'm trying to typeset some (extended) Sweedler notation (if you want context); something like $ {{b_{(1)}}^{(1)}}_{(1)} $ This trick of enclosing things in more and more curly brackets seems to work ...
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Automatically give correct spacing for superscripts *before* a symbol

For a paper I am writing, I frequently need to use a superscript * before certain symbols (in math mode). I am currently using the command {}^* to do this. The spacing between the * and the symbol is ...
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How to set the lower and upper index on summation?

I have some critical problem writting series in compact notation, the problem is Whenever I write the series in compact notation like $\sum_{j=1}^{j=10}2^j$ The above series in enclosed just in two ...
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Setting superscript color for \thanks

Could someone please tell me how can I modify the color of superscript (near author name) which refers to \thanks? In the following example I would like the "*" symbol to be colored (both, ...
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need more whitespace in superscript-type citation call-outs in LaTeX

I am using LaTeX with \usepackage{cite} \usepackage[super, square, comma]{natbib} I want to get the citation call-outs in the form of AA^{1, 6} But right now I am getting AA^{1,6} i.e. without ...
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Print apexes/superscript and subscript in quote

I am trying to print apexes and subscript in my pseudocode. I used this code to write it, but it prints it as it is without converting it in math. \begin{quote}\linenumbersep=-5pt \resetlinenumber[1] \...
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unicode-math superscripts don't line up (using XeLaTeX)

Pretty much what the title says, and that is bugging me a lot. I'm using the unicode-math package because I enjoy the upright bold greek letters it provides, as I use them for vector notation, but I ...
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Default sqrt index to scriptstyle instead of scriptscriptstyle

In my document, I am using a font and size which just makes scriptscriptstyle too small, and it looks weird to me: If instead of \sqrt[3]{...} I write \sqrt[\scriptstyle 3]{...} it looks better: And ...
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How to type bow like upper script? (like a hat but curve and upside down)

That thing ^^^. It's similar to the $\bar{q}$ notation but I have no idea how to even search that symbol.
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Superscript not obeying brackets

I am trying to put in superscript only what is in brackets: (2) Let $\overline{h \circ s}(v) = h(\overline s(c)) = h(c^ {\mathfrak_{U}} )$ when $c$ is a constant. \\ (3) $\overline{h \circ s}(f_{...
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Superscript text mode or outside math mode [duplicate]

What is the easiest way to superscript in text mode or outside of math mode?
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Handling superscripts and subscripts between BibTeX, MS Word, and Mendeley

I've got a bunch of saved references in my Mendeley library that have superscripts and subscripts in them. I'd like to be able to export citations from my Mendeley library to both MS Word (via the ...
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How can I increase catcode defs in a verbatim environment for transcribing handwritten documents?

Using verbatim (not Verbatim) for transcribing handwritten documents. I spend a lot of time transcribing wills, deeds, letters and other handwritten documents. In doing this I use the verbatim ...
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Placing parentheses around superscript automatically

in my document I have to type expressions that contain letters with superscripts, enclosed between parentheses, such as a^{(k,i)}, b^{(k,i)}, \gamma^{(k,i)} and after a while it became really ...
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Using underset and overset together

I would like to use underset and overset together above and below the word. Current output looks like this: \begin{equation} v_t(j)=max^{N}_{i=1}v_{t-1}(i)a_{ij}b_j(o_t) \end{equation} I would ...
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mathpazo superscripts too close for certain letters

With the mathpazo package, which sets text and mathematics in Palatino font, the superscripts are too close to the letters that they are attached to, particularly if these letters are v,w,z as in $w^d,...
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Making the “ ' ” symbol closer to the variable

I have the following symbols in a paper I'm writing: \hat{c}_{\omega l}^\dagger {}' {}' and \hat{c}_{\omega l} '' I would like the double dashes of the daggered term to sit adjacent to the dagger (...
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How to change the number of reference of superscript to a normal size

I am using this template in Overleaf and I want to do a reference, but what appears is , but I would like to appear Based on the references [1] and [2]. How can I do this? Thanks in advance!
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Optional argument in \newcommand with subscript and superscript

I want to define a macro with an optional argument that will work with superscript and subscript in math mode. e.g. \binaryB{\alpha} will result into \mathbb{B}^{\alpha}() and \binaryB will result ...

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