Friday, 12 May 2017

ε | epsilon

The Greek letter ε (epsilon) was derived from the ancient Phoenician letter 𐤄 () which meant “window”. In its turn, ε gave rise to the Latin e and a number of other letters.

The lower-case letter ε has a number of uses in maths and sciences, such as:

α through ɛ appears to be the extent to which most people know the letter sequence of the Greek alphabet.

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