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.
The code in this package was given to me (Vincent Goulet <firstname.lastname@example.org>) 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.
The package is part of TeX Live and MiKTeX. If it is not already installed on your system, copy
actuarialangle.sty where LaTeX can find it.
Load the package as usual with
Then, in math mode, use
to typeset "angle n". For a complete present value symbol, use something like
You will most likely want to use the following shortcuts:
- Various improvements to the
READMEfile converted to markdown format (and therefore renamed
README.md) after the project was moved to GitHub.
- 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.
Public Domain Software|
|Contained in||TeX Live as actuarialangle|
|MiKTeX as actuarialangle|
create symbols, rather than select from a font|