|Unicode name||GREEK SMALL LETTER DELTA|
See also: Appendix:Variations of "d"
- (mathematics) A small increment or change in a variable.
- is a small change in variable
- (mathematics, calculus of variations) Denotes a small — rather infinitesimal — variation of the value returned by a functional and/or of the functions on which that functional depends. This symbol can also — along a similar vein — be used to help denote virtual displacement and virtual work.
- (mathematics) A small number, usually accompanied by ε.
- For any , there is a …
- Lower case delta (δέλτα), the fourth letter of Greek alphabet. It represented in Ancient Greek a voiced dental plosive: IPA(key): /d/ and in modern Greek a voiced dental fricative: IPA(key): /ð/. It is preceded by γ and followed by ε.
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