“Therefore” is written in the** form of words** and expressed in the **form of symbol**. Mathematically, this symbol is represented by ∴ . And to represent this therefore symbol in latex, you need to use the `\therefore`

command.

Properties | Value |
---|---|

Symbol | Therefore |

Package | amssymb |

Command | `\therefore` |

Argument | No |

Example | `\therefore` → ∴ |

And `\therefore`

commands are not available by default in latex. For this, you need to install `amssymb`

package.

For example, you may have noticed that in most cases this therefore symbol is used to determine the final value of the equation.

```
\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{amssymb}
\begin{document}
$$\\x^{2}-9=0$$
$$ \therefore x=\pm 3$$
\end{document}
```

**Output :**

You can see the latex code above. Here `\usepackage`

command is used to install the external package.