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README.md

ac­tu­ar­i­alan­gle

This pack­age de­fines a sin­gle com­mand \actuarialangle to type­set nice look­ing "an­gles" in ac­tu­ar­ial and fi­nan­cial no­ta­tion, such as in sym­bols for the present value of an an­nu­ity.

Li­cence

Public Do­main

Author

The code in this pack­age was given to me (Vin­cent Goulet <vin­cent.goulet@act.ulaval.ca>) by a for­mer col­league who would sim­ply copy it in the pream­ble of all his doc­u­ments need­ing an "an­gle" sym­bol. The ac­tual au­thor of the code is un­known.

My sole con­tri­bu­tion was to make a pack­age out of the code.

In­stal­la­tion

The pack­age is part of Live and MiK. If it is not al­ready in­stalled on your sys­tem, copy actuarialangle.sty where can find it.

Usage

Load the pack­age as usual with

\usepackage{actuarialangle}

Then, in math mode, use

\actuarialangle{n}

to type­set "an­gle n". For a com­plete present value sym­bol, use some­thing like

a_{\actuarialangle{n}}

You will most likely want to use the fol­low­ing short­cuts:

  • \angl for \actuarialangle
  • \angln for \angl{n}
  • \anglr for \angl{r}

Ver­sion his­tory

2017-02-01

  • Var­i­ous im­prove­ments to the README file.
  • README file con­verted to mark­down for­mat (and there­fore re­named README.md) af­ter the project was moved to GitHub.

2012-10-16

  • First ver­sion on CRAN.

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (2.8k).

ac­tu­ar­i­alan­gle – Sym­bol for use in “present value” state­ments of an an­nu­ity

The pack­age de­fines a sin­gle com­mand \ac­tu­ar­i­alan­gle to type­set “an­gles” in the ‘present value of an an­nu­ity’ sym­bols com­mon in ac­tu­ar­ial and fi­nan­cial no­ta­tion.

Pack­ageac­tu­ar­i­alan­gle
Ver­sion 2017-02-01
Li­cense Public Do­main Soft­ware
Main­tainerVin­cent Goulet
Con­tained inTeX Live as ac­tu­ar­i­alan­gle
MiKTeX as ac­tu­ar­i­alan­gle
Topics cre­ate sym­bols, rather than se­lect from a font
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