Equivalent (≡) symbol in LaTeX

Symbol/Unicode Equivalent/U+2261
Type of symbol Mathematics
Package (requirement) No
Argument No
Latex command \equiv
Example \equiv → ≡

You need to use the default command \equiv to print equivalent symbols in a latex document. Below are some examples.

   $$ M \equiv N $$
   $$ ^{\prime\prime}a \equiv_R b^{\prime\prime} $$

Output :

Use equivalent in latex.

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