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    how to type "not equal" in latex?

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    [tex]x \neq y[/tex] gives x\neq y
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyingsquirrel View Post
    [tex]x \neq y[/tex] gives x\neq y
    hmmm..neq?

    I always used [tex] \ne [tex] to give \ne
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    \ne \: \: \neq

    Doesn't seem like there's a difference. I always used \neq ...
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    You can also use \not = [tex]\not =[/tex]
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