Some useful Greek letters you might use on your reports

alpha: beta: gamma delta
\alpha : \(\alpha\) \beta: \(\beta\) \gamma: \(\gamma\) \delta: \(\delta\)
\Gamma: \(\Gamma\) \Delta: \(\Delta\)
epsilon Zeta eta theta
\epsilon: \(\epsilon\) \zeta: \(\zeta\) \eta: \(\eta\) \theta: \(\theta\)
\varepsilon: \(\varepsilon\) \Theta: \(\Theta\)
iota kappa lambda mu
\iota: \(\iota\) \kappa: \(\kappa\) \lambda: \(\lambda\) \mu: \(\mu\)
nu xi pi rho
\nu: \(\nu\) \xi: \(\xi\) \pi: \(\pi\) \rho: \(\rho\)
\Xi: \(\Xi\) \Pi: \(\Pi\)
sigma upsilon phi omicron
\sigma: \(\sigma\) \upsilon: \(\upsilon\) \phi: \(\phi\) \omicron: \(\omicron\)
\Sigma: \(\Sigma\) \Phi: \(\Phi\)
tau chi psi Omega
\tau: \(\tau\) \chi: \(\chi\) \psi: \(\psi\) \omega: \(\omega\)
\Psi: \(\Psi\) \Omega: \(\Omega\)
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Thiyanga S. Talagala
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