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The shape or symbol used to denote infinity is a 8 on its side: "∞"

Yes, the "prime" symbol (')can be used to denote minutes. The prime symbol looks similar to an apostrophe, but is a straight line. So, 10 minutes would be written as 10'. You didn't ask, but the double prime symbol can be used to denote seconds, as in 10".

Possibly because x and y are used to denote the real and imaginary parts, respectively.

s2, using the Roman lower case letter.

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The shape or symbol used to denote infinity is a 8 on its side: "∞"

The shape or symbol used to denote infinity is a 8 on its side: "∞"

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The shape or symbol used to denote infinity is a 8 on its side: "∞"

The unit of wavelength is a Hertz, written as Hz.

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Yes, the "prime" symbol (')can be used to denote minutes. The prime symbol looks similar to an apostrophe, but is a straight line. So, 10 minutes would be written as 10'. You didn't ask, but the double prime symbol can be used to denote seconds, as in 10".