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I have seen a lot of issues regarding LaTeX being posted here and very recently i have noted one LaTeX. The
\not\mid Symbol is not showing properly. It's showing like this: $p \not\mid q$. You may check this post: Importance of Cayley's theorem
Nov 12, 2010 at 19:21
As Rahul stated in the comment, we need to enable AMSsymbol to support
\nmid. However, what AMSsymbol does is simply assign
∤ (U+2224), so you could use the latter as a workaround now.
p ∤ q
$$ p ∤ q $$
Tex \implies symbol does not work for detail.
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AMSsymbolsextension. This is a job for the math.SE admins. $\endgroup$
\not|in LaTex/TeX, it renders as poorly as it is rendered by MathJax; that is, after all, why
\nmidwas created in the first place... $\endgroup$