I need to put an index under a symbol that is not \sum.

For instance: {i=1} must go under the symbol, not as regular subscript.

\sum_{i=1} does that but I need to see the same under other symbols.

Any idea?

Thanks.

Printable View

- July 26th 2008, 02:38 PMpaolopiaceSub-indexes
I need to put an index under a symbol that is not \sum.

For instance: {i=1} must go under the symbol, not as regular subscript.

\sum_{i=1} does that but I need to see the same under other symbols.

Any idea?

Thanks. - July 26th 2008, 02:53 PMPaperwings
Hm, I'm not sure if this will answer your intended question but I know there are some commands where you can put a substrict "underneath" like

"min" would be

http://dammserv.loopback.nu/latex/im...727_8QWNIa.png

Latex code would beCode:`\min_x`

- July 26th 2008, 03:03 PMpaolopiaceThanks, but...
It's exactly what I need and I'm trying.

Unfortunately what you suggested does not work on my LaTex.

x comes out as regular, right subscript in \min_x - July 28th 2008, 09:53 PMearboth
- July 28th 2008, 10:21 PMpaolopiaceResolved
Functions like \min \max \sum take the subscript below their symbol when the equation is within \[ ... \].

They take it as a regular right-lower subscript when the equation is within $...$.

Thanks for all replies! - July 29th 2008, 05:10 AMwingless
[tex]\underset{b}{a}[/tex]