Brackets in Latex

Brackets are symbols, such as ( \, parentheses) \, , \{braces\}, [ \, square brackets] \, , etc that are mostly used to group expressions or clarify the order in which operations are to be done in an algebraic expression.

Different Brackets and their Latex Code :

1. left parenthesis ( \, ( \,
2. right parenthesis ) \, ) \,
3. left brace \{ \{
4. right brace \} \}
5. left square bracket [ \, [ \,
6. right square bracket ] \, ] \,
7. left angle bracket \langle \sim
8. right angle bracket \rangle \nsim

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