How do I write "not equal" to in latex?
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Originally Posted by acevipa How do I write "not equal" to in latex? \ne gives $\displaystyle \ne$.
You can do "\not=". The not operator can work on things like subsets and element of. See here: "\not\in" looks like $\displaystyle \not\in$, and "\not\subset" looks like $\displaystyle \not\subset$.
Originally Posted by Opalg \ne gives $\displaystyle \ne$. I've been typing \neq and wasting a whole letter every time! Such gross inefficiency. $\displaystyle \neq$
Originally Posted by undefined I've been typing \neq and wasting a whole letter every time! Such gross inefficiency. $\displaystyle \neq$ Same !
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