# Tutorials

## How to change font size in LaTeX?

When creating a document in LaTeX, we need different font sizes. There are two ways to change the font size in LaTeX. First, you can change the font size of the entire document or at …

## How to put a superscript in LaTeX outside math mode?

Superscripts are usually used in mathematics equations, chemical symbols, and sometimes in article writing. In this tutorial, we will discuss how superscript is used in LaTeX text mode. Using single dollar for superscript Usually for …

## How do you write unit vectors(â) in LaTeX?

Unit vector is an essential part of physics and mathematics. In this tutorial, we will discuss how to print this unit vector in a LaTeX document. You need to know two commands to print unit …

## How do I center part of a sentence or text in LaTeX?

In some cases, we need to show a part of a sentence in the center. There are several ways to do this in latex. In this tutorial, we will discuss all those methods and in …

## How do you write Integrals(∫,∮) in LaTeX?

The command for displaying an integral sign is \int and the general syntax for typesetting integrals with limits in LaTeX is \int_{min}^{max} which types an integral with a lower limit min and upper limit max. …

## Dot derivative(v̇) in LaTeX.

A dot derivative is denoted by a dot or more than one dot on a letter in mathematics. It is very easy to write in LaTeX, you need to use \dot{v} command for a single …

## Underscore(A_B) in LaTeX

The underscore character is usually used to write a subscript in Math mode in latex, so it is not possible to print this character directly in the document. So you need to use the \textunderscore …

## Dot product (a ⋅ b) in latex.

Symbol Dot product Type of symbol Dot Package (requirement) No Argument No Latex command \cdot Example a \cdot b ⟶ a ⋅ b In mathematics, a dot product is an algebraic equation commonly used in …

## Power or superscript(a²,xⁿ) in LaTeX

Symbol/Unicode Superscript(Power) Type of symbol Mathematics Package (requirement) No Argument No Latex command a^n Example a^2 → a² You need to use the bace^exponent command to print the superscript in a latex document. Here a is …

## Open interval (a, b) in LaTeX

Symbol Open interval Type of symbol Mathematics Package (requirement) No Argument Yes Latex command \left(arg1,arg2\right) Example \left(arg1,arg2\right) → (arg1,arg2) You can use the keyboard parenthesis key Shift + (, ) to type open interval in …