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Shows miscellaneous mathematical symbols.

There does not exist

Inserts the symbol for an Existence quantor. Command for the Commands window: exists

For all

Inserts the symbol for a universal quantifier "for all". Command for the Commands window: forall

Real Part

Inserts the symbol for the real part of a complex number. Command for the Commands window: re

Imaginary Part

Inserts the symbol for the imaginary part of a complex number. Command for the Commands window: im

Weierstrass p

This icon inserts a Weierstrass p-function symbol. Command for the Commands window: wp

Ellipsis

This icon inserts an ellipsis (three low horizontal dots). Command for the Commands window: dotslow

Math-axis Ellipsis

This icon inserts an axis-ellipsis (three vertically centered horizontal dots). Command for the Commands window: dotsaxis

Vertical Ellipsis

This icon inserts a vertical ellipsis (three vertical dots). Command for the Commands window: dotsvert

Upward Diagonal Ellipsis

This icon inserts an upward diagonal ellipsis (three dots on the diagonal from the bottom left to the top right)Command for the Commands window: dotsup or dotsdiag

Downward Diagonal Ellipsis

This icon inserts a downward diagonal ellipsis (three dots on the diagonal from upper left to lower right). Command for the Commands window: dotsdown

A back epsilon can be inserted by typing backepsilon in the Commands window.

To insert a placeholder into your formula, type <?> in the Commands window.