Math is like a secret language with its own set of symbols. These symbols help us understand and solve math problems easily. In this blog post, we’re going to learn about over 35 basic math symbols and their names. Even if you’re just starting to learn English, or you want to get better at it, this will be simple for you to follow.

### List of Math Symbols

Here’s a list of 40 common mathematical symbols along with their meanings:

**+ (Plus)**– Addition**− (Minus)**– Subtraction**× (Times)**– Multiplication**÷ (Divided by)**– Division**= (Equals)**– Equality**≠ (Not equal to)**– Inequality**> (Greater than)**– Inequality indicating more than**< (Less than)**– Inequality indicating less than**≥ (Greater than or equal to)**– Inequality indicating more than or equal to**≤ (Less than or equal to)**– Inequality indicating less than or equal to**( ) (Parentheses)**– Grouping of terms or operations**[ ] (Brackets)**– Grouping of terms or operations**{ } (Curly Brackets)**– Grouping of terms or operations**∞ (Infinity)**– Unbounded limit**√ (Square root)**– Principal square root operation**∛ (Cube root)**– Cube root operation**% (Percent)**– Per hundred**π (Pi)**– Ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter**i (Imaginary unit)**– Square root of -1**∑ (Summation)**– Sum of a sequence of numbers**∏ (Product)**– Product of a sequence of numbers**∂ (Partial derivative)**– Derivative with respect to one variable**∫ (Integral)**– Integration operation**∆ (Delta)**– Change/difference**θ (Theta)**– Commonly used for angles**λ (Lambda)**– Commonly used as a parameter in functions**ϕ (Phi)**– Golden ratio constant**ε (Epsilon)**– Arbitrarily small quantity**≈ (Approximately equal to)**– Approximation**! (Factorial)**– Product of all positive integers up to a certain number**∧ (Logical AND)**– Conjunction in logic**∨ (Logical OR)**– Disjunction in logic**⇒ (Implies)**– Implication in logic**∀ (For all)**– Universality in logic**∃ (There exists)**– Existence in logic**∵ (Because)**– Reason or justification**∴ (Therefore)**– Conclusion or result**° (Degree)**– Unit of angle measurement**′ (Prime)**– Indicates derivative or minutes in angles**″ (Double prime)**– Indicates second derivative or seconds in angles