If symbols do not have an equals then it is an expression.

The symbols of hope are the white dove, the heart and the sign of belief.

= is the equals sign + is the plus sign * is the multiplication sign / is the divide sign - is the minus sign

Symbols- peace sign, smiley face, etc

Each astrological sign corresponds with a range of birthdays, as well as a symbol. Three of these signs and symbols include Taurus, with the sign of the bull, Aries, with the sign of the ram, and Leo, with the sign of the lion.

His symbols are the spear with blood on it. His animal sign is the dog and his bird is the vulture.

There is no set sign for Artemis, it varies with symbols and myths.

The sign for marriage is mainly the Rings.

the delta sign or a triangle shape

There are different symbols that are used a peace sign. Some common symbols include an olive branch, rainbow flag, a dove and so many more.

Operators are the symbols to specify the calculations to be performed in a formula. These operators can include the equal sign, addition sign, and the less than sign used in mathematics.

Plus, minus, division sign, multiplication sign, and equal sign... +,-, /, x, =

on Microsoft word, you can go on the option symbols. then you choose the sign you want.

There are a few gay symbols:the rainbowpink triangles (pointing down)the equal signdouble male symbols (âš£) or double female symbols (âš¢).

a key is a picture to help and a symbol is a sign

The symbols are a apple,books,ruler,an a pluse sign, homework and prices of paper

Basic sign is 'x' or 'X'. The proper sign for calculating is '*'. boswell1

In a old Masonic text of symbols the sign of the pelican; in its own words says it is a signof Christ.

Warning sign. Warning signs are usually yellow with black letters and symbols.

$ , % Dollar sign, Comma , Percentage

I dont know.Figure it out your self!

Yes, the peacock was one of Hera's symbols.

Some of the symbols include: water a dove a white garment chrism (oil) the sign of the cross candle

plus sign (+), minus (-), number (#), decimal point for decimals and money, percent (%), dollar sign ($), equal (=)

One of the most common symbols for someone who is rich is the dollar sign. Other symbols for someone who is rich is gold or diamonds.

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