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## Question concerning some mathematical symbols

**From**: |
Bouchniba, Ali |

**Subject**: |
Question concerning some mathematical symbols |

**Date**: |
Thu, 9 Nov 2000 10:36:28 -0000 |

Hi there,
I have run through Lout user guide but I am unable
to find out how to write the common used symbol
in probability theory for expectation.
This symbol is basically a big E but with it's left
edge (or it's skeleton) consisting of two adjacent
bars, so it looks something like this:
IE
There is a similar symbol widely used and that is
a big P with the same caracteristics, i.e. with
a sort of double skeleton.
Anyone could help?
Thanks muchly
Ali.
ps: I am using {teq} fonts.
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**Question concerning some mathematical symbols**,
*Bouchniba, Ali* **<=**