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Greek Letters

 The following table lists Greek letters and the corresponding Maple symbols that display as Greek letters in a worksheet.

 Greek Letter Maple Symbol Lower Case Upper Case $\mathrm{\alpha }$, $\mathrm{Α}$ alpha Alpha $\mathrm{\beta }$, $\mathrm{Β}$ beta Beta * $\mathrm{\gamma }$, $\mathrm{\Gamma }$ gamma * Gamma $\mathrm{\delta }$, $\mathrm{\Delta }$ delta Delta $\mathrm{\epsilon }$, $\mathrm{Ε}$ epsilon Epsilon $\mathrm{\zeta }$, $\mathrm{Ζ}$ zeta ZETA $\mathrm{\eta }$, $\mathrm{Η}$ eta Eta $\mathrm{\theta }$, $\mathrm{\Theta }$ theta Theta $\mathrm{\iota }$, $\mathrm{Ι}$ iota Iota $\mathrm{\kappa }$, $\mathrm{Κ}$ kappa Kappa $\mathrm{\lambda }$, $\mathrm{\Lambda }$ lambda Lambda $\mathrm{\mu }$, $\mathrm{Μ}$ mu Mu $\mathrm{\nu }$, $\mathrm{Ν}$ nu Nu $\mathrm{\xi }$, $\mathrm{\Xi }$ xi Xi $\mathrm{ο}$, $\mathrm{Ο}$ omicron Omicron $\mathrm{\pi }$, $\mathrm{\Pi }$ pi PI $\mathrm{\rho }$, $\mathrm{Ρ}$ rho Rho $\mathrm{\sigma }$, $\mathrm{\Sigma }$ sigma Sigma $\mathrm{\tau }$, $\mathrm{Τ}$ tau Tau $\mathrm{\upsilon }$, $\mathrm{\Upsilon }$ upsilon Upsilon $\mathrm{\phi }$, $\mathrm{\Phi }$ phi Phi $\mathrm{\chi }$, $\mathrm{Χ}$ chi CHI $\mathrm{\psi }$, $\mathrm{\Psi }$ psi Psi * $\mathrm{\omega }$, $\mathrm{\Omega }$ omega Omega $\mathrm{ϵ}$ varepsilon $\mathrm{\varkappa }$ varkappa $\mathrm{\varphi }$ varphi $\mathrm{\varpi }$ varpi $\mathrm{\vartheta }$ vartheta $\mathrm{\varsigma }$ varsigma

 An asterisk ( * ) indicates that the letter is displayed by using a protected symbol.
 If a non-negative integer is placed immediately after a symbol in the table above, the corresponding Greek letter followed by the integer is displayed.
 The protected symbols gamma and Pi are Maple constants. The protected symbols Beta, GAMMA, Zeta, Chi, and Psi are Maple procedures. The following table lists each protected symbol and its display appearance.

 Symbol Displays as gamma $\mathrm{\gamma }$ Pi $\mathrm{\pi }$ Beta $\mathrm{Β}$ GAMMA $\mathrm{\Gamma }$ Zeta $\mathrm{\zeta }$ CHI $\mathrm{Χ}$ Psi $\mathrm{\Psi }$

Examples

 > alpha;
 ${\mathrm{\alpha }}$ (1)
 > ZETA;
 ${\mathrm{Ζ}}$ (2)
 > PI;
 ${\mathrm{\Pi }}$ (3)
 > CHI;
 ${\mathrm{Χ}}$ (4)
 > alpha1;
 ${\mathrm{α1}}$ (5)
 > CHI(x+Iy);
 ${\mathrm{Χ}}{}\left({x}{+}{\mathrm{Iy}}\right)$ (6)

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