## How to write a curl operator(∇×F) in LaTeX?

Curl operator is like a divergence operator. However, in the case of curl, there will be a cross product between gradient and vector instead of the dot product. \documentclass{article} \begin{document} $$\textup{Curl}=\nabla\times$$ …

## How to write a divergence operator(∇•F) in LaTeX?

Divergence operator is written in the form of the dot product of gradient operator(∇) and vector. div F= ∇ • F (vector) First, you can represent the divergence operator by arranging the individual …

## How to write a gradient operator(∇) in LaTeX?

In this tutorial, we will discuss how you can use latex to represent gradient operators in science documents. Scientifically, the gradient operator is denoted by the nabla(∇) symbol. And the gradient is always …

## How to represent gender(male and female) symbol in LaTeX?

Biologically, there are different types of gender symbols present. But, male(♂) and female(♀) are the main symbols. Because from these two symbols all kinds of gender symbols are created. In latex, there is …

## 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} $$p \approx q$$  …

## 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 latex program below …

## 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, you don’t need …