The following symbols are also used only in math mode

`\aleph`- Hebrew aleph`\hbar`- h-bar, Planck's constant`\imath`- variation on "i"; no dot- See also
`\i`

- See also
`\jmath`- variation on "j"; no dot- See also
`\j`

- See also
`\ell`- script (loop) "l"`\wp`- fancy script lowercase "P"`\Re`- script capital "R" ("Real")`\Im`- script capital "I" ("Imaginary")`\prime`- prime (also obtained by typing`'`)`\nabla`- inverted capital Delta`\surd`- radical (square root) symbol`\angle`- angle symbol`\forall`- "for all" (inverted A)`\exists`- "exists" (left-facing E)`\backslash`- backslash`\partial`- partial derivative symbol`\infty`- infinity symbol`\triangle`- open triangle symbol`\Box`- open square`\Diamond`- open diamond

`\flat`- music: flat symbol`\natural`- music: natural symbol`\sharp`- music: sharp symbol

`\clubsuit`- playing cards: club suit symbol`\diamondsuit`- playing cards: diamond suit symbol`\heartsuit`- playing cards: heart suit symbol`\spadesuit`- playing cards: space suit symbol

The following symbols can be used in any mode.

`\dag`- dagger`\ddag`- double dagger`\S`- section symbol`\P`- paragraph symbol`\copyright`- copyright symbol`\pounds`- British pound sterling symbol

Twenty-six calligraphic letters are provided (the upper case alphabet). These can only be used in math mode.

In LaTeX 2.09 they are produced with the `\cal`
declaration

${\cal A}$

In LaTeX2e they are obtained with the `\mathcal` command:

$\mathcal{CAL}$

See also Math Formulas, Math Symbols, Math Miscellany

- Arrows
- Delimiters
- Binary and relational operators
- Greek letters
- Variable size symbols (sums, integrals, etc.)
- Math fonts and styles

`\stackrel`(putting things above other things)

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Revised 7 Jul 1995.