Question #183
How to display norm of a vector with LaTeX?
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There is many ways to display the norm of a vector with LaTeX:

\ \vec{v} \
displays

\lVert \vec{v} \rVert
displays
To adjust the norm (for example for fractions) use:

\left\lVert \dfrac{\vec{v}}{n} \right\rVert
displays
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Answer by Alphonsio 09/17/2020 at 12:48:23 PM
There is many ways to display the norm of a vector with LaTeX:

\ \vec{v} \
displays

\lVert \vec{v} \rVert
displays
To adjust the norm (for example for fractions) use:

\left\lVert \dfrac{\vec{v}}{n} \right\rVert
displays
Question by Alphonsio 09/17/2020 at 12:44:19 PM
How to display norm of a vector with LaTeX?
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