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Q: What symbol is used to denote gravity?

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rho or d

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That symbol is called the radical.

It is c.

Any symbol can be used to denote a set of integers. The set of all integers is denoted by Z, and the set of natural numbers by N.

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

The radical symbol √

It is # (hash-mark).

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

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

C is ussally the symbol used to denote the velocity of light.

The symbol (aq) is used to denote that sodium chloride (or any other compound) is in aqueous medium.

Apostrophe to denote plurals

denote

An exclamation mark is written with the symbol !. An exclamation mark is used at the end of a sentence to denote surprise or shock, and when writing speech it could denote somebody shouting. A question mark is written with the symbol ?. This symbol is used at the end of a sentence which is a question.

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".

Since the @ symbol is not actually a word, but a symbol used to denote a word, there is no French translation of it. The French word for "at" is "a" but in French, if one is writing an e-mail address, @ would still be used.

The Broken Chain Is A Symbol Of The French Revolution.. It Is Used to Denote The French Peoples Freedom!!

Apostle Mark's symbol is the lion. You can read more about it on the link below since I am a protestant theologian not a Catholic one.

The long vowel symbol is a bar across the top of the letter, which is called a macron.The short vowel symbol is a U-shaped curved line called a breve.

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If 'v' is the symbol you use to denote 'acceleration' then that is the correct formula.

The symbol Rs stands for the rupee, which is the currency of India. Often Rp is also used to denote the Indian rupee.

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