# How do you make a double subscript in LaTeX?

## How do you make a double subscript 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 do you write very much greater than B in LaTeX?

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

## How do you write does not divide in LaTeX?

The ∤ symbol is available in Unicode as U+2224 **Does Not Divide**, and as \nmid from many packages, including: unicode-math , amssymb , stix , stix2 , newtxmath and the less commonly-used mnsymbol , fdsymbol and boisk .

## How do you type less than or equal to sign?

Press and hold the Alt key and **type** 243 on your keypad. Release the Alt key.

## What is the symbol of less than and greater than?

The greater than symbol is >. So, **9**>7 is read as '**9** is greater than 7'. The less than symbol is symbol on a U.S. **keyboard** Pressing and holding down the Shift , and **then** pressing > creates the **greater than** symbol.

## Where is the greater than or equal to sign on keyboard?

To type the “**Greater than or equal** to” **symbol** , first, type its Alt Code (2265), and then press Alt+X on your **keyboard** to convert the shortcut into a ≥ **symbol**.

## How do you remember less than greater than?

Another way to **remember** the **greater than** and **less than** signs is something that you may **remember** from grade school: the Alligator Method. Imagine the symbols as an alligator mouth with the numbers on each side being little fish. The alligator will always want to eat a larger number of fish.

## How do you get the line above the E?

Microsoft Windows users can type an "é" by pressing Alt + 1 3 0 or Alt + 0 2 3 3 on the numeric pad of the keyboard. "É" can be typed by pressing Alt + 1 4 4 or Alt + 0 2 0 1 . On US International and UK English keyboard layouts, users can type the acute accent letter "é" by typing AltGR + **E** .

## What are the Alt codes for French accents?

**Try these Windows ALT codes for French accent marks by just using your number pad:**

**Alt**+0233 (é)**Alt**+0224 (à)**Alt**+0232 (è)**Alt**+0249 (ù)**Alt**+0226 (â)**Alt**+0234 (ê)**Alt**+0238 (î)**Alt**+0244 (ô)

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