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transversal-symbol in LaTeX
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svuytdehaage at hotm...
2006-05-30 14:23:30 UTC
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Hi everyone,

During a course in differential topology, a new symbol came inside my
life ;-); the transversal symbol! It's a T and a intersection-symbol,
put "above" each other. If someone knows what I mean; I would like to
know what the TeX-command for this is.

Thanks in favor.
pkg
2006-05-30 15:17:52 UTC
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I do not know the symbol, but if it exists you might find it here

http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/info/symbols/comprehensive/symbols-a4.pdf

BR
pkg
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2017-09-17 15:54:21 UTC
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Apparently it's a available in unicode, but you can also build it yourself. See

https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/134863/command-for-transverse-and-not-pitchfork-as-used-in-guillemin-and-pollack

Jason
Post by svuytdehaage at hotm...
Hi everyone,
During a course in differential topology, a new symbol came inside my
life ;-); the transversal symbol! It's a T and a intersection-symbol,
put "above" each other. If someone knows what I mean; I would like to
know what the TeX-command for this is.
Thanks in favor.
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