[OS X TeX] fractions with arrows

Sergei Mariev serguei.mariev at campus.lmu.de
Sun Jun 5 12:51:21 CEST 2005

Great, thanks a lot, it works just fine for me!

>quick and dirty, you could try something like
>   \documentclass{report}
>   \usepackage{amssymb,graphics}
>   \begin{document}
>   \raisebox{-0.4ex}{\scalebox{0.8}{\rotatebox{90}{$\curvearrowleft$}}}
>    $\frac{A}{B}$
>   \raisebox{1.6ex}{\scalebox{0.8}{\rotatebox{270}{$\curvearrowleft$}}}
>   \end{document}
>and fiddle around with the sizing and positioning to match the fonts 
>that you want to use. You need the graphics Package to be able to 
>use \rotatebox as far as I know.
>If you have to use such arrows more regularly, you could also define them:
>Good luck,
>Sergei Mariev wrote:
>>Dear all,
>>I am trying to typset a fraction (A on top, B below it) and I want 
>>to have a curve arrow pointing from B to A on the left side of the 
>>fraction and from A to B on the right side of the fraction. It 
>>can't be a straight arrow pointing from top to bottom or the other 
>>way around, it has to be a curve arrow. Ideally, it should start 
>>approximately in the middle of the line where A is and end in the 
>>middle of the line where B is (But bottom of the line to top would 
>>do it too)  Is there an easy way to do this? I have looked at all 
>>possible arrows in all possible math styles, the closest thing I 
>>found is \curvearrowleft and \curvearrowright, but I need 
>>"\citvearrowtop" and \"\curvearrowbottom" Does such thing exist in 
>>one package or other? Have I overlooked something? or some other 
>>way of doing this?
>>Thanks a lot!
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