# HTML Mathematical Code Table

Char | Number | Entity | Comment |
---|---|---|---|

∀ | ∀ | ∀ | for all |

∂ | ∂ | ∂ | part |

∃ | ∃ | ∃ | exists |

∅ | ∅ | ∅ | empty |

∇ | ∇ | ∇ | nabla |

∈ | ∈ | ∈ | isin |

∉ | ∉ | ∉ | notin |

∋ | ∋ | ∋ | ni |

∏ | ∏ | ∏ | prod |

∑ | ∑ | ∑ | sum |

+ | + | + | plus sign |

− | − | − | minus sign |

× | × | × | multiplication sign |

÷ | ÷ | ÷ | division sign |

= | = | = | equal sign |

≠ | ≠ | ≠ | not equal sign |

< | < | < | less than sign |

> | > | > | greater than sign |

¼ | ¼ | ¼ | fraction one quarter |

½ | ½ | ½ | fraction one half |

¾ | ¾ | ¾ | fraction three quarters |

⅓ | ⅓ | ⅓ | fraction one third |

⅔ | ⅔ | ⅔ | fraction two thirds |

⅕ | ⅕ | fraction one fifth | |

⅖ | ⅖ | fraction two fifths | |

⅗ | ⅗ | fraction three fifths | |

⅘ | ⅘ | fraction four fifths |

Another way of doing fractions in html is by using the <sup> and <sub> tags.

For example <sup>15</sup>⁄<sub>16</sub> will result in ^{15}⁄_{16}

If it displays as 15/16 then it usually means there is a conflict in css with the <sup> and <sub> tags.

The sup and sub tags are not supported by all browsers.