**Equality and Inference symbols** are used yo denote some relation between two physical quantities, numbers, sets, figures or any two things. For example, we use = when two things are equal else we use ≠ . We cannot use our keyboard to write these symbols directly as these are not present on our keyboard. So we need LATex code to write them.

**Equality and Inference Symbols and their LaTex Code :**

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

Not equal to | \neq | |

Similar to | \sim | |

Dot equivalent | \doteq | |

Triangle Equivalent | \triangleq | |

Thick similar to | \thicksim | |

Divide | \div | |

Equivalent | \equiv | |

Dot equivalent | \doteq | |

Circle equivalent | \circeq | |

Not similar to | \nsim | |

Equality with circle in between | \eqcirc | |

Thick approximate | \thickapprox | |

Falling Dots Equivalent | \fallingdotseq | |

Similar equal to | \simeq | |

Bump Equivalent | \bumpeq | |

Approximate | \approx | |

Rising Dots Equivalent | \risingdotseq | |

Double Bump Equivalent | \Bumpeq | |

Approximately equal to | \approxeq | |

Asymptotic | \asymp | |

Mid | \mid | |

Parallel | \parallel | |

Not mid | \nmid | |

Not parallel to | \nparallel | |

Short mid | \shortmid | |

Short parallel to | \shortparallel | |

short not mid | \nshortmid | |

Short not parallel to | \nshortparallel | |

Models | \models | |

Congruent to | \cong | |

Not Congruent to | \ncong |

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