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9/14/11
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When inserting Equation, I had found there is no "Min" and "Max" function.

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Bas Braams
9/15/11
Bas Braams
There is \min and \max, but not \Min and \Max, and \min and \max may not be what you want. The really unfortunate thing is that there is no way to create such functions or operators as the need arises beyond the predefined ones. Here [1] are some other comments on the equations editor.

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