**Arrow Symbols** are universally recognized for indicating directions.Upwards pointing arrows are often used to indicate an increase in a numerical value, and downwards pointing arrows indicate a decrease. Our keyboard does not contain Arrow Symbols, so we use Latex Code to write them.

**Relational Operator and their Latex Code :**

TERM | SYMBOL | LATEX |
---|---|---|

1. Left Arrow | \leftarrow | |

2. Up Arrow | \uparrow | |

3. Right Arrow | \rightarrow | |

4. Down Arrow | \downarrow | |

5. Left Right Arrow | \leftrightarrow | |

6. South West Arrow | \swarrow | |

7. Up Down Arrow | \updownarrow | |

8. North West Arrow | \nwarrow | |

9. North East Arrow | \nearrow | |

10. South East Arrow | \searrow |

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