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* Page found: Viscosity solution (eq math.10354.13)

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TeX (original user input):

x \in \Omega

TeX (checked):

x\in \Omega

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MathML (885 B / 353 B) :

x Ω 𝑥 Ω {\displaystyle x\in\Omega}
<math xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" id="p1.1.m1.1" class="ltx_Math" alttext="{\displaystyle x\in\Omega}" display="inline">
  <semantics id="p1.1.m1.1a">
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      <mi id="p1.1.m1.1.1" xref="p1.1.m1.1.1.cmml">x</mi>
      <mo id="p1.1.m1.1.2" xref="p1.1.m1.1.2.cmml"></mo>
      <mi mathvariant="normal" id="p1.1.m1.1.3" xref="p1.1.m1.1.3.cmml">Ω</mi>
    <annotation-xml encoding="MathML-Content" id="p1.1.m1.1b">
      <apply id="p1.1.m1.1.4.cmml" xref="p1.1.m1.1.4">
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        <ci id="p1.1.m1.1.1.cmml" xref="p1.1.m1.1.1">𝑥</ci>
        <ci id="p1.1.m1.1.3.cmml" xref="p1.1.m1.1.3">Ω</ci>
    <annotation encoding="application/x-tex" id="p1.1.m1.1c">{\displaystyle x\in\Omega}</annotation>

SVG (2.516 KB / 1.272 KB) :

x element-of normal upper Omega

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MathML (457 B / 290 B) :

x Ω {\displaystyle x\in \Omega }
<math xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" display="block" alttext="{\displaystyle x\in \Omega }">
    <mrow class="MJX-TeXAtom-ORD">
      <mstyle displaystyle="true" scriptlevel="0">
        <mo>&#x2208;<!-- ∈ --></mo>
        <mi mathvariant="normal">&#x03A9;<!-- Ω --></mi>
    <annotation encoding="application/x-tex">{\displaystyle x\in \Omega }</annotation>

SVG (2.266 KB / 1.208 KB) :

{\displaystyle x\in \Omega }

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