**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 :**

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

1. left parenthesis | ( \, | |

2. right parenthesis | ) \, | |

3. left brace | \{ | |

4. right brace | \} | |

5. left square bracket | [ \, | |

6. right square bracket | ] \, | |

7. left angle bracket | \sim | |

8. right angle bracket | \nsim |

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