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Latex Mathematical Symbols

Posted in latex by ryanlayer on October 6, 2009

In the following tables you find all the symbols normally accessible from math mode.

To use the symbols listed in Tables 3.123.16[*], the package amssymb must be loaded in the preamble of the document and the AMS math fonts must be installed on the system. If the AMS package and fonts are not installed, on your system, have a look at
CTAN:/tex-archive/macros/latex/packages/amslatex

Table 3.1: Math Mode Accents
\begin{table}\begin{symbols}{*4{cl}} \W{\hat}{a} & \W{\check}{a} & \W{\tilde}{a}...  ...}{a} &\W{\vec}{a} &\W{\widehat}{A}&\W{\widetilde}{A}\\  \end{symbols}\end{table}

Table 3.2: Lowercase Greek Letters
\begin{table} \begin{symbols}{*4{cl}}  \X{\alpha} & \X{\theta} & \X{o} & \X{\ups...  ...& \X{\varsigma} & & \\   \X{\eta} & \X{\xi} & \X{\tau}  \end{symbols}\end{table}

Table 3.3: Uppercase Greek Letters
\begin{table} \begin{symbols}{*4{cl}}  \X{\Gamma} & \X{\Lambda} & \X{\Sigma} & \...  ...lon} & \X{\Omega} \\   \X{\Theta} & \X{\Pi} & \X{\Phi}  \end{symbols}\end{table}

Table 3.4: Binary Relations
\begin{table} \bigskipYou can produce corresponding negations by adding a \verb*...  ...notesize$^a$Use the \textsf{latexsym} package to access this symbol} \end{table}

Table 3.5: Binary Operators
\begin{table} \begin{symbols}{*3{cl}}  \X{+} & \X{-} & & \\   \X{\pm} & \X{\mp} ...  ...\X{\unlhd}$^a$\space & \X{\unrhd}$^a$\space & \X{\wr} \end{symbols}  \end{table}

Table 3.6: BIG Operators
\begin{table} \begin{symbols}{*4{cl}}  \X{\sum} & \X{\bigcup} & \X{\bigvee} & \X...  ...igodot} \\   \X{\int} & \X{\oint} & & & \X{\biguplus} \end{symbols}  \end{table}

Table 3.7: Arrows
\begin{table} \begin{symbols}{*3{cl}}  \X{\leftarrow}or \verb*\vert\gets\vert& \...  ...notesize$^a$Use the \textsf{latexsym} package to access this symbol} \end{table}

Table 3.8: Delimiters
\begin{table}\begin{symbols}{*4{cl}}  \X{(} & \X{)} & \X{\uparrow} & \X{\Uparrow...  ...{\rceil} \\   \X{/} & \X{\backslash} & &. (dual. empty) \end{symbols}\end{table}

Table 3.9: Large Delimiters
\begin{table} \begin{symbols}{*4{cl}}  \Y{\lgroup} & \Y{\rgroup} & \Y{\lmoustach...  ... \\   \Y{\arrowvert} & \Y{\Arrowvert} & \Y{\bracevert}  \end{symbols}\end{table}

Table 3.10: Miscellaneous Symbols
\begin{table} \begin{symbols}{*4{cl}}  \X{\dots} & \X{\cdots} & \X{\vdots} & \X{...  ...notesize$^a$Use the \textsf{latexsym} package to access this symbol} \end{table}

Table 3.11: Non-Mathematical Symbols
\begin{table} \bigskipThese symbols can also be used in text mode. \begin{symbol...  ...opyright} \\  \SC{\ddag  } & \SC{\P} & \SC{\pounds} \\  \end{symbols}\end{table}

Table 3.12: AMS Delimiters
\begin{table}\bigskip\begin{symbols}{*4{cl}} \X{\ulcorner}&\X{\urcorner}&\X{\llcorner}&\X{\lrcorner} \end{symbols}\end{table}

Table 3.13: AMS Greek and Hebrew
\begin{table} \begin{symbols}{*5{cl}} \X{\digamma} &\X{\varkappa} & \X{\beth}& \X{\daleth} &\X{\gimel} \end{symbols}\end{table}

Table 3.14: AMS Binary Relations
\begin{table}% latex2html id marker 2770  \begin{symbols}{*3{cl}}  \X{\lessdot} ...  ...lefteq} & \X{\trianglerighteq} &\X{\blacktriangleright} \end{symbols}\end{table}

Table 3.15: AMS Arrows
\begin{table} \begin{symbols}{*3{cl}}  \X{\dashleftarrow} & \X{\dashrightarrow} ...  ...& \\   \X{\circlearrowleft} & \X{\circlearrowright} & & \end{symbols}\end{table}

Table 3.16: AMS Negated Binary Relations and Arrows
\begin{table}\begin{symbols}{*3{cl}}  \X{\nless} & \X{\ngtr} & \X{\varsubsetneqq...  ...Leftarrow} & \X{\nRightarrow} & \X{\nLeftrightarrow}\par\end{symbols}\end{table}

Table 3.17: AMS Binary Operators
\begin{table} \begin{symbols}{*3{cl}}  \X{\dotplus} & \X{\centerdot} & \X{\inter...  ...& \X{\circledast} \\   \X{\curlyvee} & \X{\curlywedge}  \end{symbols}\end{table}

Table 3.18: AMS Miscellaneous
\begin{table} \begin{symbols}{*3{cl}}  \X{\hbar} & \X{\hslash} & \X{\Bbbk} \\   ...  ...& \X{\Finv} & \X{\varnothing} \\   \X{\eth} & \X{\mho}  \end{symbols}\end{table}

Table 3.19: Math Alphabets
\begin{table} \begin{symbols}{@{}*3l@{}} Example& Command &Required package\\  \...  ...b{ABC}\vert  &\textsf{amsfonts} or \textsf{amssymb} \\  \end{symbols}\end{table}

SOURCE: http://www.physics.udel.edu/~dubois/lshort2e/node61.html

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