# Latex

## How to write a approximately equal symbol(≈) in LaTeX?

Mathematically an approximately equal symbol is formed by two similar to symbols. And the approximate symbol is denoted by the \approx and \thickapprox commands. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amssymb} \begin{document} \[ p \approx […]

## How to write a proportional to symbol( ∝) in LaTeX?

In this tutorial, we will cover proportional to symbol which is a logical operator. In latex, you can define this logical operator using the default and amssymb packages. Notice the

## How to write a greater than symbol(>) in LaTeX?

In this tutorial, we will discuss how to represent greater than symbols in a document with the help of latex. Since greater than symbol is present on your keyboard. So,

## How to write a equal(=) or not equal(≠) symbol in LaTeX?

Mathematically, the use of equals and not equal symbols is much more. Equal symbols are represented by attaching two horizontal bars. Properties Value Symbol Equal Package Default Command = Argument

## How to denote perpendicular symbol(⟂) in LaTeX?

If two straight lines are at an angle of 90° to each other, then both straight lines are perpendicular to each other. This perpendicular symbol consists of a horizontal bar

## How to write a parallel symbol(∥) in LaTeX?

Geometrically, when two straight lines are at zero-degree angles to each other, they are called parallel to each other. This parallel symbol is made up of two vertical bars. Properties

## How to write a diagonal matrix in LaTeX?

Elements of the diagonal matrix will be along the diagonal. All the other positions except the diagonal position of the matrix will be filled by zero. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \[

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