# Category : Science and Education

Archive : AYRFCAL1.ZIP

Filename : CI_1.HLP

Brief Review of GREEK symbols

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The Greek alphabet is used frequently in Mathematics. Consequently, so you

aren't distracted by nonessentials when you are studying, you must be

comfortable with the following symbols :

Lower case :

à alpha

á beta

ç gamma

ë delta

î epsilon

å sigma

æ mu

é theta

í phi

Upper case :

â gamma

ä sigma

è phi

Most instructors are so familiar with these symbols that they will casually

interchange them with "real" symbols, like A, B, X, and Y, without even

thinking twice about it. You must be able to do the same.

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