|That||epsilon||. ### Ρ|
|xÂ¯ xbar||mu or μx||mean|
|M or Med or x xtilde||(No)||Median|
|s (Zier-TI Sx)||Sigma or x||Standard deviation Use a square symbol (s² or σ²) for the variance.|
|R. ###||rho||linear correlation coefficient|
The number 60 in Greek figures.
Sigma is the eighteenth letter of the Greek alphabet and corresponds to the letter S. In mathematics, Sigma is used in capital letters for the notation of sums. Small sigma means standard deviation.
Phi (Φ = 1.618033988749895 …), usually pronounced like a fly, is just an irrational number like pi (p = 3.14159265358979 …) but with many unusual mathematical properties. Unlike Pi, which is a transcendent number, Phi is the solution of a quadratic equation.
In mathematics, the eta function can mean: Dirichlet’s eta function (s), a Dirichlet series. Dedekind’s eta function (τ), a modular form. Weierstrass is a function (w) of a grid vector. The Eta (s) function used to define the Eta invariant.
μ is generally used to denote certain things, but a Greek letter or other symbol can be freely used as a variable name.
The lowercase Greek letter mu (µ) is used to represent the multiplier of the prefix 0.00001 (106 or one millionth). The symbol µ is sometimes used to represent permeability, an expression of the degree to which a substance concentrates the lines of magnetic flux.
The Greek Alphabet
In ancient and modern Greek, the letters of the Greek alphabet have fairly stable and consistent symbolic interpretations, which makes the pronunciation of words largely predictable. The spelling of ancient Greek was generally almost phonemic. tonal values.
The Greek alphabet is still used today. It is even used in the United States, where Greek letters are popular as mathematical symbols and used in colleges and fraternities. The Greeks learned writing and the alphabet from the Phoenicians.
Theta (θ) is a letter of the Greek alphabet. In mathematics and physics, it is common to enter variables with letters. The symbol generally represents the angular position of a vector.
To create one of these Greek letters using alt codes, simply press the Alt key while typing the entered number. For example, to create the Greek letter alpha (α), press the Alt key and type 224 using the keyboard on the right side of the keyboard.
Kappa (uppercase, lowercase) is the 10th letter of the Greek alphabet. In the Greek number system it represents the number 20. The Greek letter derives from the Phoenician letter kaph (or kāp) and once referred to a palm tree. The letter represents the sound k in ancient and modern languages.