Greetings, I would like to put a downside arrow over a letter in LaTeX, how could I do it? I need it for the convective term of the Navier-Stokes equations to mark which velocity the acts on. Thank you, Zoli
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I'm not seeing what a "downside arrow" is. Do you mean an arrow to mark a variable as a vector as in $\vec{v}$ ?
I mean an arrow that points downwards: for example if the arrow in would be be rotated -90 degrees, that would be OK.
Originally Posted by Zoli I mean an arrow that points downwards: for example if the arrow in would be be rotated -90 degrees, that would be OK. $\overset{\downarrow}v$ how about that?
Yes, I would like that one.
Originally Posted by Zoli Yes, I would like that one. \overset{\downarrow}{v} $\overset{\downarrow}{v}$
Last edited by romsek; August 27th 2014 at 12:25 PM.
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