I can make the sigma/Sigma notation. How do I make the superscripts/subscripts to go along with it?
Last edited by wonderboy1953; November 25th 2009 at 09:51 AM. Reason: Please delete this post. I answered my own question
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Originally Posted by wonderboy1953 I can make the sigma/Sigma notation. How do I make the superscripts/subscripts to go along with it? [tex] \sum\limits_{k = 1}^N {\sin (k)} [/tex] gives
You can also use \displaystyle \sum, i.e. (click to see the code).
Originally Posted by Focus You can also use \displaystyle \sum, i.e. (click to see the code). Focus You can use [ noparse] [/noparse] to desplay the code. (remove the extra space) [tex]\displaystyle \sum_{n=n}^{n>n}[/tex]
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