Approximation - Unicode

Unicode

See also: Unicode mathematical operators

Symbols used to denote items that are approximately equal are wavy equals signs.

  • ≈ (Unicode 2248)
  • ≃ (Unicode 2243), a combination of ≈ and =, also used to indicate asymptotically equal to
  • ≅ (Unicode 2245), another combination of ≈ and =, which is also used to indicate isomorphism or sometimes congruence
  • ~ (Unicode 007E), which is also sometimes used to indicate proportionality
  • ≒ (Unicode 2252), in Japanese and Korean, this is commonly used.

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