Could you give an example in Latex?

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I would like an example in Latex of a product with indices n=1 to N for bN, all minus 1, finally equal to bZ. I have not been able to find the original Latex tutorials.
 

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sylas
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I would like an example in Latex of a product with indices n=1 to N for bN, all minus 1, finally equal to bZ. I have not been able to find the original Latex tutorials.

Have a look at [thread=8997]Introducing LaTeX Math Typesetting[/thread].

In the meantime, do you mean
[tex] b_Z = \prod_{n=1}^N (b_n - 1)[/tex]

I doubt it's what you want, but it is hard to parse the English description.

Cheers -- sylas
 
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sylas,

You did well to decipher my description, excepting that the "-1" would appear outside of the product. Thank you for cheering me up.
 

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