Hi! How do I get several limits below each other using the summation sign? I.e. , but I would also like and on two lines below the first limit... Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Jodles Hi! How do I get several limits below each other using the summation sign? I.e. , but I would also like and on two lines below the first limit... Thanks! [tex]\sum_ { \tiny \begin{array}{c} x>1 \\ y<8\\ u \in A \end{array} } x+y+u[/tex] gives:
Originally Posted by Jodles How do I get several limits below each other using the summation sign? I.e. , but I would also like and on two lines below the first limit... [tex]\sum_{\substack{i \neq j\\ i, j \neq r, s\\ i, j \neq s, r}} A_{ij}[/tex] gives
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