By Yoo Chung.

Published on 2023-02-07.

Basic reference of LaTeX symbols that are useful to me.
I often find myself looking these up.

## Operators

\(\pm\) |
`\pm` |

\(\times\) |
`\times` |

\(\div\) |
`\div` |

\(\cap\) |
`\cap` |

\(\cup\) |
`\cup` |

\(\vee\) |
`\vee` |

\(\wedge\) |
`\wedge` |

\(\neg\) |
`\neg` |

\(\equiv\) |
`\equiv` |

\(\approx\) |
`\approx` |

\(\neq\) |
`\neq` |

\(\leq\) |
`\leq` |

\(\geq\) |
`\geq` |

\(\subset\) |
`\subset` |

\(\subseteq\) |
`\subseteq` |

\(\not\subset\) |
`\not\subset` |

\(\nsubseteq\) |
`\nsubseteq` |

## Greek letters

\(\alpha\) |
`\alpha` |

\(\beta\) |
`\beta` |

\(\delta\) |
`\delta` |

\(\gamma\) |
`\gamma` |

\(\mu\) |
`\mu` |

\(\nu\) |
`\nu` |

\(\theta\) |
`\theta` |

\(\phi\) |
`\phi` |

\(\psi\) |
`\psi` |

\(\pi\) |
`\pi` |

\(\epsilon\) |
`\epsilon` |

## See also