## How to Write Round Brackets Symbol ( ) in LaTeX

In LaTeX, you can write the round brackets symbol ( ) using the \left( and \right) commands. The following examples show how to write the

In LaTeX, you can write the round brackets symbol ( ) using the \left( and \right) commands. The following examples show how to write the

In LaTeX, you can write the angle symbol (∠) using the \angle command.
The following examples show how to write the angle symbol in LaTeX.
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In LaTeX, you can write the congruent symbol (≅) using the \cong command.
The following examples show how to write the congruent symbol in LaTeX.
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In LaTeX, you can write the degree symbol (°) using the ^\circ command.
The following examples show how to write the degree symbol in LaTeX.
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In LaTeX, you can write the intersection symbol (∩) using the \cap command.
The following examples show how to write the intersection symbol in LaTeX.
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In LaTeX, you can write the is not perpendicular to symbol (⊥̸) using a combination of the \perp command and the \not command.
The following examples

In LaTeX, you can write the measured angle symbol (∡) using the \measuredangle command. This command is part of the amssymb package, so you need

In LaTeX, you can write the not congruent symbol (≇) using the \ncong command. This command is part of the amssymb package, so you need

In LaTeX, you can write the not similar symbol (≁) using the \nsim command. This command is part of the amssymb package, so you need

In LaTeX, you can write the ray (half-line) symbol (↞) using the \twoheadleftarrow command. This command is part of the amssymb package, so you need