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\[\uparrow \downarrow\]
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\[\Updownarrow\]Or this?
Lol. I know there is \upuparrows \(\upuparrows\). I thought there is something similar.
Nope, there exists no such symbol. The closest is \uparrow \downarrow.
\[\updownarrow \]Or even this.
Anyway, I hope that `\uparrow \downarrow` resolved it.
The first is ok. But I want perfect arrows.
Was this question reported? :-|
Perfect arrows? :-\
\upuparrows is the whole symbol and it is perfect. There is nothing to invent. But with \uparrow \downarrow it is a bit tricky, so is not perfect.
\[\newcommand{\updownarrow}{\uparrow \downarrow} \updownarrow \]Well, there's `\updownarrow`
But it'd work only on this page. X-D
Ahahah, lol. I would give you one more medal for your trick and resourcefulness if I could.
Why there are \(\leftrightarrows\) and \(\leftleftarrows\), but there are no \(\updownarrows\) ? I am disappointed.
\(\downuparrows\) :'(
@ParthKohli Can I somehow rotate symbols?
Well, you can't really do that.
Only with the help of packages, which MathJax doesn't support, can you do so.

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