Can I find all the constructions of Math in the selection window?
Can I find all the constructions of Math in the selection window?
There are a few constructions without a corresponding template in the selection window:
Additional binary operators:
a oplus b | |
a ominus b | |
a otimes b | |
a odot b | |
a odivide b | |
a wideslash b | |
a widebslash b |
In addition, if %symbol is an userdefined symbol you can use it as a unary or binary operator as follows:
- uoper %symbol a uses %symbol as a unary operator.
- a boper %symbol b uses %symbol as a binary operator.
Additional relations:
a << b | |
a >> b | |
a def b | |
a transl b | |
a transr b |
Additional operators:
liminf f | lim inf f |
limsub f | lim sub f |
In addition, if %symbol is an userdefined symbol you can use it as an operator as follows: oper %symbol a uses %symbol as an operator.
You can read more about this in I want to use a binary operator (like union or otimes) as a large operator (like int or sum). How can I do that? on the main page of the Math FAQs.
Additional brackets:
lfloor a rfloor | |
lceil a rceil |
Since brackets have a grouping function they must always match and be correctly nested. For scalable brackets it is essential that left and right matches, but the brackets can be freely
combined. Example: You can enter left ( a right [ to typeset (a[.
You can read more about single brackets in How can I get a left bracket without a right bracket?
Additional symbols:
backepsilon |
Additional functions:
In addition to the functions that Math knows, you can typeset other functions if you preceed the function name with func, such as func max. You can read more about this in How do I typeset functions such as max, det, that Math does not know about?
Additional font changing commands:
- nitalic a typesets a in upright shape (abbreviation for not italic).
- nbold a typesets a with normal weight (abbreviation for not bold).
- phantom a typesets a invisible.
The command color is used to change the color of a subformula, see How do I change the color of a subformula? for details.