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 \overline{\rm AB}.

So Let’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} \overline{\rm AB}
2. ray (half-line) \overrightarrow{\rm AB} \overrightarrow{\rm AB}angle
3. angle \angle \angle
4. measured angle \measuredangle \measuredangle
5. triangle \triangle \triangle
6. square \square \square
7. congruent (same shape and size) \cong \cong
8. not congruent \ncong \ncong
9. similar (same shape) \sim \sim
10. not similar \nsim \nsim
11. is parallel with \| \|
12. is not parallel with \nparallel \nparallel
13. is perpendicular to \perp \perp
14. is not perpendicular to \not\perp \not\perp

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