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List of LaTeX symbols
LaTeX symbols have either names (denoted by backslash) or special characters. They are organized into seven classes based on their role in a mathematical expression. This is not a comprehensive list. Refer to the external 
Percent sign (LaTeX symbol)
Routing metric= The character sequence\% generates a percent (%) sign. See also[]% command used to denote a comment 
Main page
Welcome to LaTeX Wiki The wiki about LaTeX that anyone can edit What's going on here? LaTeX Wiki contents Using LaTeX is a user's guide for LaTeX Using LaTeX to format documents tells 
Cases (LaTeX environment)
The cases environment renders multiple lines with an extensible left curlybrace. It can be used for piecewisedefined functions. For this to work, you must have\usepackage{amsmath} in the preamble.\begin{center}\emph 
Sumclass symbol
Sumclass symbols, or accumulation symbols, are symbols whose sub and superscripts appear directly below and above the symbol rather than beside it. For example, the following example illustrates that\sum is one of these 
Align (environment)
The align environment is used for two or more equations when vertical alignment is desired; usually binary relations such as equal signs are aligned. American Mathematical Society, User's Guide for the amsmath Package For 
Array (LaTeX environment)
\begin{array}{lcr} left1& center1& right1\\\hline d& e& f\end{array} 
Tabular (LaTeX environment)
The tabular is the defacto way of presenting tabular data in LaTeX.% Please add the following required packages to your document preamble:%\usepackage{multirow}\begin{table}[]\centering\caption{My caption}\label{mylabel}\begin 
Int (LaTeX symbol)
TeX has\int as the integral sign. Integral expressions are formed from the use of sub and superscript, the judicious use of spacing, and simply writing out the differential. For example, a standard integral in 
Prod (LaTeX symbol)
This command generates the product operator,. The difference between this and\Pi, which generates the capital letter, is that\prod appears larger, has the correct spacing for operators, and that it supports the limits to 
List of LaTeX environments
A LaTeX environment is one of the following: Text inside a float environment is "floated" according to its placement, an optional parameter. The standard report and article classes use the default placement [tbp]. The float 
Underbrace (LaTeX symbol)
The underbrace symbol will put a flipped{ sign under the bracketed text. This can be usefull for showing "combining like terms," because a number can also be placed under the underbrace. 
White space
Spaces, or white space, are rendered using some shorthand symbols, or more generally using the\mspace command. Simple symbols (class 0) are rendered without any space between them. Operators (class 1) are rendered with spaces 
List of LaTeX commands
This article is about LaTeX commands. Commands begin with a backslash, followed by the command name, then optional parameters enclosed in square brackets, and required parameters enclosed in curly braces. Commands control the way LaTeX 
Hline (LaTeX command)
\begin{tabular}{ccc} C& C& 
Matrix environments
The matrix environments are matrix, bmatrix, Bmatrix, pmatrix, vmatrix, Vmatrix, and smallmatrix. Each provides a table for expressions, aligned in rows and columns. The main difference between the various types of matrix is the kind 
LaTeX preamble
The preamble is the first section of an input file, before the text of the document itself, in which you tell LaTeX the type of document, and other information LaTeX will need to format the 
Mathcal (LaTeX symbol)
\begin{equation}\mathcal{P} 
Because (LaTeX symbol)
This is a command for generating the symbol. For example: (this doesn't work for me)\because 
Overline (LaTeX symbol)
of each token of Â¯ fi and ej, we calculate the translation probability as t (ej fi )= 
Restriction (LaTeX symbol)
\restriction 
Sum (LaTeX symbol)
This command generates the summation operator,. The difference between this and\Sigma, which generates the capital letter 
Mathbb (LaTeX symbol)
\mathbb{[N]} 
Mathrm (LaTeX symbol)
This is used to make variables and units appear in roman (nonitalic) text. For example, the unit kilogram should be rendered as rather than. The former, the correct representation, is rendered by\mathrm{kg 
Percent sign (LaTeX command)
Used without a preceding backslash, the percent sign (%) character begins a comment. See also[]% symbol used to render the percent sign
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