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maarten science forum beginner
Joined: 16 Sep 2005
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Posted: Wed May 24, 2006 3:09 pm Post subject:
transversal in LaTeX



Hi everyone,
During a course in differential topology, a new symbol came inside my life ; the transversal symbol! It's a T and a intersectionsymbol, put "above" each other. If someone knows what I mean; I would like to know what the TeXcommand for this is.
Thanks in favor. 

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Albert Reiner science forum beginner
Joined: 02 May 2005
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Posted: Wed May 24, 2006 3:19 pm Post subject:
Re: transversal in LaTeX



[collalbo <svuytdehaage@hotmail.com>, Wed, 24 May 2006 11:09:07 EDT]:
Quote:  During a course in differential topology, a new symbol came inside
my life ; the transversal symbol! It's a T and a
intersectionsymbol, put "above" each other. If someone knows what I
mean; I would like to know what the TeXcommand for this is.

Wrong group: sci.math.symbolics is about computer algebra, not about
the use of symbols in typesetting. Try comp.text.tex instead.
Albert. 

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D Herring science forum beginner
Joined: 12 Dec 2005
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Posted: Thu May 25, 2006 4:53 pm Post subject:
Re: transversal in LaTeX



Albert Reiner wrote:
Quote:  [collalbo <svuytdehaage@hotmail.com>, Wed, 24 May 2006 11:09:07 EDT]:
During a course in differential topology, a new symbol came inside
my life ; the transversal symbol! It's a T and a
intersectionsymbol, put "above" each other. If someone knows what I
mean; I would like to know what the TeXcommand for this is.
Wrong group: sci.math.symbolics is about computer algebra, not about
the use of symbols in typesetting. Try comp.text.tex instead.

That said, the \stackrel command may be what the OP needs. Not sure though.
Maybe define something like
\newcommand{\transversal}{\ensuremath{\stackrel{\cap}{\top}}}
DH 

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