HTML character: ± = ±

«plus-minus sign (plus-or-minus sign) math stats»

  • Fonts: italic: ±bold: ±code: ±serif: ±sans-serif: ±fixed: ±
  • HTML-encoded: ±
  • Unicode codepoint: ±
  • Unicode hexadecimal: U+00B1
  • URL Encoded: %C2%B1
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