# What is ≈ called?

### Table of Contents

- What is ≈ called?
- How do you type a beta hat?
- How do you type the conjunction symbol?
- What does this ≅ mean?
- What does a squiggly equal sign mean?
- How do you type a B hat in Word?
- What are the five logical operators?
- When do you use the squiggly equal sign?
- How do you put an approximately equal sign on a keyboard?
- How do you type an equal symbol on a Mac?
- How to type approximately equal to symbol in word?

### What is ≈ called?

The symbol ≈ means **approximately equal to**.

### How do you type a beta hat?

To type $\hat_\beta$ using Unicode characters: **Ctrl + Shift + u** then its Unicode codepoint: 3B2 for greek Beta, then C-S-u 302 for the circumflex: β̂ (it is not rendered correctly, the hat should be on top).

### How do you type the conjunction symbol?

For example, the Unicode value for the logical AND (conjunction) symbol ∧ is U+2227. To have it in your word document, just type 2227, select **it and press “Alt + x” keys**. Voila, there you have it, a beautiful conjunction symbol '∧' on your document page.

### What does this ≅ mean?

The symbol ≅ is officially defined as U+2245 ≅ APPROXIMATELY EQUAL TO. It may refer to: **Approximate equality**. **Congruence** (geometry) Congruence relation.

### What does a squiggly equal sign mean?

Approximate equality
Two quantities are approximately equal when they are close enough in value so the difference is inconsequential in practical terms. **Approximate equality** is symbolized by a squiggly equal sign ( ). ... It is possible to express it to many more significant digits, but the result will always be an approximation.

### How do you type a B hat in Word?

**How to Do It**

- Open up Microsoft Word.
- Choose “Arial Unicode MS” as your font.
- First, type in a letter that you want to adorn with a hat. ...
- Next, go to Insert -> Symbol, drop down to “More Symbols”, and in the window that pops up, make sure you have selected “Arial Unicode MS” as the font. ...
- Voila, your p has a hat!!

### What are the five logical operators?

There are five logical operator symbols: **tilde, dot, wedge, horseshoe, and triple bar**.

### When do you use the squiggly equal sign?

The squiggly equal sign ( ≈ ) is used when the answer isn't exact, like if you make an estimate or round a number. You can think of this sign as... See full answer below. Become a Study.com member to unlock this answer! Create your account Already a member? Log in here

### How do you put an approximately equal sign on a keyboard?

Just obey the following instructions: Place the insertion pointer where you need to type the Approximately Equal symbol. Press and hold the Alt key on your keyboard. Whilst holding on to the Alt key, press the Approximately Equal sign alt code ( 247) using the numeric keypad.

### How do you type an equal symbol on a Mac?

To type the Approximately Equal symbol on Mac, press Option + X on your keyboard. For Windows users, press down the Alt key and type 247 using the numeric keypad, then release the Alt key. These shortcuts work in both Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and anywhere on the Windows or Mac PC.

### How to type approximately equal to symbol in word?

Press and hold the Alt key on your keyboard. Whilst holding on to the Alt key, press the Approximately Equal sign alt code (247) using the numeric keypad. Release the Alt key after typing the Alt code to insert the symbol into your Word document. This is how you may type this symbol on Windows using the Alt Code method.