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Is there a way to LaTeX the closed surface integral symbol properly?
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Is there a way to LaTeX the closed surface integral symbol properly?
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dw:1343367127809:dw????
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I know \oint\limits_D is\[\oint\limits_D\]and \iint_\limits_D is\[\iint\limits_D\]but how can I make the circle cover both integral signs?
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\[\oiint\] it is \oiint, but it doesn't look like it works here
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that was what I tried, oh well...
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