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dsplib
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Letter w vs omega

Postby dsplib » Mon Nov 23, 2020 10:22 am

In mathematical formulas, when I type letter w, it becomes very similar to the greek omega. What is the best way to print a "triangular" letter w unlike omega in the equation.

Thanks!

coep05
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Postby coep05 » Thu Nov 26, 2020 7:38 am

Hello,
In Equation case, if you want to use "w" as it is then you need to write it as a text.
For e.g.
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  1. \begin{equation*}
  2. w = \text{w}+ \omega
  3. \end{equation*}

Here you see the difference between w in Equation, Omega and text 'w'.

Hope this is what you required.
Thank you.
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