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    Sigma question

    I can make the sigma/Sigma notation. How do I make the superscripts/subscripts to go along with it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wonderboy1953 View Post
    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  \sum\limits_{k = 1}^N {\sin (k)}.
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    You can also use \displaystyle \sum, i.e. \displaystyle \sum_{n=n}^{n>n} (click to see the code).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Focus View Post
    You can also use \displaystyle \sum, i.e. \displaystyle \sum_{n=n}^{n>n} (click to see the code).
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    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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