Geometry Notations in LaTeX

**Geometry Notations** are notations that refer to the geometric figures, and to the sizes of the figures.

For example, Line Segment AB is represented as .

So Letâ€™s see the latex code of Geometry Notations one by one.

**Geometry Operators and their Latex Code :**

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

1. Line Segment | \overline{\rm AB} | |

2. ray (half-line) | \overrightarrow{\rm AB}angle | |

3. angle | \angle | |

4. measured angle | \measuredangle | |

5. triangle | \triangle | |

6. square | \square | |

7. congruent (same shape and size) | \cong | |

8. not congruent | \ncong | |

9. similar (same shape) | \sim | |

10. not similar | \nsim | |

11. is parallel with | \| | |

12. is not parallel with | \nparallel | |

13. is perpendicular to | \perp | |

14. is not perpendicular to | \not\perp |

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