Posts Tagged ‘maths’

Gnuplot is a great tool for creating plots. LaTeX is a great tool for creating documents. Both are (or at least can be) created using a text editor and compiling the source. Both work with Windows, linux/unix and Mac. Wouldn’t it be great if you could include a gnuplot plot in a LaTeX document without […]

Union (∪) and Intersection (∩) symbols in LaTeX can be produced via the \cup and \cap definitions while in math mode. No extra packages are required to use these symbols. For example: Let $L_C = L_A \cap (L_B \cup L_C)$ will produce: