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I have following problem in latex formatting:

I want to write for a matrix : $ (a_{ij})_{\underset{j=1,\ldots , n}{i=1,\ldots ,m}} $ but I want the $i=\ldots$ and $j=\ldots$ to be the same size... Does anyone know a command to do that? Thank you very much!

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    $\begingroup$ You should ask this question here tex.stackexchange.com $\endgroup$ – mfl Mar 21 at 15:26
  • $\begingroup$ The short answer is to use \substack, but you'll probably get better replies on the tex stackexchange board (which is a useful place in general). $\endgroup$ – anomaly Mar 21 at 15:29
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according to this https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/80460/expression-under-summation-on-multiple-lines

$(a_{ij})_{\substack{j=1, \cdots , n \\ i=1, \cdots , m}}$

 (a_{ij})_{\substack{j=1, \cdots , n \\ i=1, \cdots , m}}
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