Anyone recognise this font?

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1. May 12, 2017

David Barton

Hello!
Desperately looking for an answer to this. While it's not really a physics or maths question, I don't really know where else to ask, so I reasoned here was as good as anywhere - please excuse me if I'm asking in the wrong place.
Does anyone recognise the font used in this integral?

I'd like to download it and use it for myself, but I can't find it anywhere. Is there a .ttf (or equivalent) for it? (I'm not yet a proficient Latex user, so I'd struggle with getting fonts working though that.) I much prefer this style of integral sign to the slanted ones used in Computer Modern and Cambria Math.
Thanks.

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2. May 12, 2017

magoo

Looks like Times New Roman

They used italics for the x's

3. May 12, 2017

Staff: Mentor

That indeed looks like Times. Try \usepackage{pslatex}.

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4. May 12, 2017

Staff: Mentor

Actually, that will not give you the integral sign you want:

5. May 12, 2017

Staff: Mentor

Here are some packages that may give you what you want:
\usepackage[varg]{txfonts}

\usepackage{euler}

\usepackage{eulervm}

\usepackage{pxfonts}

6. May 12, 2017

David Barton

Thanks very much, magoo and DrClaude! The eulervm package works a treat!

Thanks!

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7. May 12, 2017

Staff: Mentor

I have to say it: You guys are a font of knowledge!