# How to write subscript in latex

## How do you write superscript and subscript in LaTeX?

I presume you are in math mode and I assume you want to have **both superscript and subscript** horizontally aligned next to the symbol you are super-/subscripting. You can achieve this like this: $A_b^c$ .

## How do you do subscript in LaTeX overleaf?

You can create **subscripts** in math mode using an underscore. For **example**, x1 will **make** 1 a **subscript**, and xi+1 will **make** i + 1 a **subscript**.

## How do you type a subscript?

**Alternatively, you can find other keyboard apps on the Play Store that allows typing subscript.**

- Open the
**text**where you want to**type subscript**. - Switch your
**keyboard**to the Engineering**Keyboard**. - Tap the n
_{n}^{n}super/**subscript**icon on the bottom-left. - Tap the
**subscript**character you want to**type**.

## How do you make two subscripts in LaTeX?

Double **subscript**. For higher nested **subscripts**, we simply extend this to a_{b_{c_{d_e}}} etc. All **subscripts** below the second nesting will not change font size, and will stay as scriptscriptstyle, while the first **subscript** will be slightly larger than this, at scriptstyle.

## How can I write in LaTeX?

It can be typed in a simple text editor such as Notepad, but most people find it is easier to use a dedicated **LATEX** editor. As you type you mark the document structure (title, chapters, subheadings, lists etc.) with tags. When the document is finished you compile it — this means converting it into another format.

## How do you write divided in LaTeX?

**LaTeX**. To

**write**a fraction, you use the code frac{expression in the numerator}{expression in the denominator} . Formulas that appear in text are called inline.

Arithmetics.

Formula | LaTeX-code |
---|---|

n×m | ntimes m |

±2 | pm 2 |

2÷3 | 2div 3 |

23 | frac{2}{3} |

## How do you write limits in latex?

**How to write LateX Limits**?

**Latex limit**.

Definition | Latex code |
Result |
---|---|---|

Limit at α |
$lim_{x to alpha} f(x)$ |
limx→αf(x) |

Inf | $inf_{x > s}f(x)$ | infx>sf(x) |

Sup | $sup_{x in mathbb{R}}f(x)$ | supx∈Rf(x) |

Max | $max_{x in [a,b]}f(x)$ | maxx∈[a,b]f(x) |

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## How do you write cube root in latex?

## How do you center in latex?

end{**center**} is used to centre the text (note the American spelling). Each line is centred individually. This tends to make the paragraph look ugly and hard to read, but it is useful for centring figures, tables etc. Inside another environment you can use **centering** .

## How do you write small in LaTeX?

**LATEX**TYPE SIZE

In the above sequence, tiny is the smallest while Huge is the largest. To understand, let’s consider an example shown below: documentclass[a4paper]{letter} begin{document}

## How do I select a font in LaTeX?

**Changing**default

**font**typeface

The **font** can also be changed for a specific element in the document. The command fontfamily{qcr}selectfont will **set** the TeX gyre cursor **font** typeface, whose fontcode is qcr , for the text inside the braces. A lot more LaTeX **font** typefaces are available, see the reference guide.

## How do you write an equation in the middle of LaTeX?

Instead of centering you may consider to align all **equations** at the equal sign and center the whole multiline environment. For this, use the align or align* environment, see the amsmath user’s guide (or type texdoc amsldoc at the command prompt). In any case, use amsmath .

## How do you write an equation left in LaTeX?

- Or you could use the fleqn package option if you want all
**equations**flush**left**. Eg: usepackage[fleqn]{amsmath} . – - @Thruston I was just editing my answer to add this possibility! –
- @LudovicC.
- This did not result in a
**left**-align for me. - If option 1 doesn’t work for you, remember to add the && to the end of the line.

## How do you fit a long equation in LaTeX?

**Fit** a very **long Equation** into the Page

- begin{
**equation**} - label{eq:u1}
- end{
**equation**}

## How will you write a is very much greater than B in LaTeX?

The notation a > **b** means that a is **greater than b**.

## How do you write a very much greater than B?

The notation a ≤ **b** or a ⩽ **b** means that a is less **than or equal** to **b** (or, equivalently, at **most b**, or not **greater than b**). The notation a ≥ **b** or a ⩾ **b** means that a is **greater than or equal** to **b** (or, equivalently, at least **b**, or not less **than b**).

## How do you write not equal to in latex?

**Not equal**. The symbol used to denote inequation (when items are **not equal**) is a slashed **equal** sign ≠ (U+2260). In **LaTeX**, this is done with the “neq” command.

## How do you write an intersection symbol in latex?

**Latex**, the default bigcap command is used to denote this Big Union

**symbol**.

How do you **write** a **intersection**(∩) in **latex**?

Properties | Value |
---|---|

Symbol |
Union |

Argument | No |

Command | cap |

Example |
cap → ∩ |

## How do you write natural numbers in latex?

**natural numbers**

So we use the mathbf command. Which give: N is the set of **natural numbers**. $mathbb{N}$ is the set of **natural numbers**.

## How do you write real numbers in latex?

$mathbb{R}$ is the set of **real numbers**.