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How to escape a symbol in Math?

asked 2016-05-25 13:21:47 +0100

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I try to define the Multiplication-Operation for a Group/Ring but I can for example not write "*: MxM->M", because Math interprets * as an operator. How can I add a symbol and escape its semantics?

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answered 2016-05-25 14:59:02 +0100

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  • You can add the symbol to the catalog and later use it with %. Read the Math-Guide from https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/D... how to do that.
  • You can tread the symbol as text and write "*", e.g. "* : "M times M rightarrow M
  • You can treat the symbol as operator - which it is in your case - and write it with empty operands. An empty operand can be written as empty group {}. In your case write {}*{}": "M times M rightarrow M
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