Q: What is the repeat sign in math look like?

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The percent sign looks like this %. It is a forward slash that has a little circle on the top and the lower side of the dash. It is a common icon in the math world.

the at sign looks like this: @

it won't show up on here but its that symbol that looks has a ~ on top and has the two legs on the bottom. that's the best way to describe it

math ha these sign in it so it involves these sign +, =, $, %, # and more.......

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The percent sign looks like this %. It is a forward slash that has a little circle on the top and the lower side of the dash. It is a common icon in the math world.

the at sign looks like this: @

The repeat sign looks something like this :ll .

You put the line over the number at the end of the decimal, number, or pattern that you want to keep keep repeating infinitely.

The repeat sign looks something like this :ll .

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~ this is the symbol im talking about>

generally when you reach a repeat sign, you will go back to where the repeat sign is. if there inset one. you will repeat the entire piece from the beginning.

it looks like the delta sign.

the repeat note is called the repeat sign