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Kappa Symbol in Greek Alphabet

Kappa (uppercase Κ, lowercase κ) is the tenth letter of the Greek alphabet. In the Greek numeral system, it represents the number 20. The Greek letter came from the Phoenician letter kaph (or kāp) and it used to mean "palm of a hand". The letter represents the "k" sound in both ancient and modern languages. The lowercase kappa is used to denote the connectivity of a graph in graph theory or the curvature of a curve in differential geometry. You can see the usages of this letter in cosmology, physics, thermodynamics, engineering, biology, psychology, pharmacology, and macroeconomics. The uppercase kappa is also used in chemistry, mathematics and statistics.

Greek Capital Letter Kappa Symbol

Κ Κ

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Κ Κ

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Κ &‌Kappa;

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Greek Small Letter Kappa Symbol

κ κ

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κ κ

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κ &‌kappa;

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Kappa Symbol Entity Codes Table

Kappa Symbol NameSymbolDecimalHex EntityHtml Entity
Greek Capital Letter KappaΚ&‌#922;&‌#x039A&‌Kappa;
Greek Small Letter Kappaκ&‌#954;&‌#x03BA&‌kappa;

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