# How do you write an exponential symbol in LaTeX?

## How do you write an exponential symbol in LaTeX?

To get an expression, exp, to appear as a superscript, you just type ^{exp}. should display as “x3 is the third power of x”. Note that the braces around the argument may be omitted if the superscript is a single character.

How do you subtract in LaTeX?

In math mode, – is a minus. In text mode, – is a dash, — a wider dash, and — an even more wider dash. Just make sure, that you are in math mode, when you would like to write a minus.

Inequality symbols

1. Less than: <
2. Greater than: >
3. Less than or equal to: \le.
4. Greater than or equal to: \ge.
5. Not equal to: \neq.

How do you write positive and negative in LaTeX?

The usual plus-minus symbol is \pm. If you want it with the minus on top, meaning minus-plus, it’s \mp.

#### What is less than in LaTeX?

The notation a < b means that a is less than b. The notation a > b means that a is greater than b.

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## Does scientific notation look bad in LaTeX math mode?

I’ve noticed that e-style (for example, 1.5e-10) scientific notation does not look especially nice in Latex math mode: In particular, the width and kerning of the negative sign is totally off.

then you expect that there is some space around the minus sign, because it denotes an operation. When you type $1e-10$, TeX interprets it in exactly the same way, because it can’t read your mind: the two expressions are formally the same, only two symbols are different.