Binary operation symbols in LaTeX

**Binary Operation Symbols** are used to write and represent various binary operations such as star, union, intersection etc. on sets or numbers or in Boolean algebra. Thus, these symbols are of great importance. Our keyboard doesn’t have these symbols directly so we need to write them using LaTex codes.

**Binary Operation Symbols and their LaTex Code –**

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

1. Plus minus | \pm | |

2. Minus plus | \mp | |

3. Intersection of sets | \cap | |

4. Union of sets | \cup | |

5. Boolean union | \vee | |

6. Boolean intersection | \wedge | |

7. Multiplication | \times | |

8. Division | \div | |

9. Asterisk | \ast | |

10. Star | \star | |

11. Circle | \circ | |

12. Bullet | \bullet | |

13. Diamond | \diamond | |

14. Big triangle up | \big triangle up | |

15. Big triangle down | \bigtriangledown | |

16. Left triangle | \triangleleft | |

17. Right triangle | \triangleright | |

18. Underlined left triangle | \unlhd | |

19. Underlined right triangle | \unrhd | |

20. Plus within a circle | \oplus | |

21. Minus within a circle | \ominus | |

22. Multiplication within a circle | \otimes | |

23. Slash within a circle | \oslash | |

24. Dot within a circle | \odot | |

25. Big circle | \bigcirc | |

26. Dagger | \dagger |

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