how to I get an x with an arrow above it e.g. $\displaystyle x^{\rightarrow} $ but with the x actually above it. Thanks for any help
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Originally Posted by hmmmm how to I get an x with an arrow above it e.g. $\displaystyle x^{\rightarrow} $ but with the x actually above it. Thanks for any help \vec{x}: $\displaystyle \vec{x}$
Hello, hmmmm! How do I get an x with an arrow above it? As Opalg suggested, we can use \vec v: .$\displaystyle \vec v$ For larger expressions, we can use \overrightarrow{AB}: .$\displaystyle \overrightarrow{AB}$
Thanks very much (don't know what happened to my expression)
Originally Posted by hmmmm (don't know what happened to my expression) Not your fault. The MHF TeX compiler is in fail mode at the moment.
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