Typing a Degree Symbol on LaTeX

What is LaTeX?

Latex is a document preparation and creation program. It is especially used for the documents to be prepared for academic publications (thesis, article, column, scientific article, etc.). LaTeX is a labeling language used to create a document that looks good when printed from the printer. It is often used during the writing of scientific studies and is almost standard in the world of science.

Many people use many mathematical symbols on LaTeX. One of them is the symbol of degree. Now in this article we will explain how to use the degree symbol on LaTeX. You will be able to add the degree symbol with various packages via LaTeX. Let's start!

Three different LaTeX packages:

1- Using Siunitx package

  • We add this package first to our service. Then follow the steps below.

\documentclass{report}

\usepackage{siunitx}

  • Start the document.

\begin{document}

  • For example:

Degree symbol: 90\si{\degree}

\end{document}

  • We give a like request.

We print out 90°.

2- Using gensymb package

  • We will print the degree symbol using another package, gensymb.

 

  • First of all, we are loading our package again.

\documentclass{report}

\usepackage{gensymb}

  • Then begin the new document.

 

  • Then type your sentence. For instance,

The right angle is \ang{90}.

  • It will give us such a result.

The right angle is 90°.

 

3- Using textcomp package

  • As another method, let's get to know the last textcomp.

 

  • As in the examples above, we load our package first.

\documentclass{report}

\usepackage{textcomp}

  • We are again creating a new document.

\begin{document}

  • And we write the result in the format of the degree we want, for example

The round angle is \ang{360}.

  • It will give us such a result.

The round angle is 360.

Let's take a look at all the methods

gensymb

\usepackage{gensymb}
\begin{document}
The right angle is 90\si{\degree}.
\end{document}

textcomp

\usepackage{textcomp}
\begin{document}
The round angle is 360\si{\textdegree}.
\end{document}

siunitx

\usepackage{siunitx}
\begin{document}
Degree symbol: 45\si{\degree}.
\end{document}

circ

^{\circ}

Summary

As we mentioned in the examples, we introduced you the symbols of the degree in 3 different ways for LateX. If you have any questions or comments, you can use the comments section below.

Using LaTeX, we've shared the questions that people ask about some problems and sites that examine the use of degrees symbols with LaTeX. Hopefully it benefits your business.

How can I write a ° (degree) symbol in LaTeX? - Overleaf, Online LaTeX Editor

The \degree command is provided by the gensymb package, so if you add: ... And, finally, $^{\circ}$ is another way of obtaining roughly the right symbol.

https://www.overleaf.com/learn/latex/Questions/How_can_I_write_a_%C2%B0_(degree)_symbol_in_LaTeX%3F

What is the degree symbol? - TeX - LaTeX Stack Exchange

The symbol is U+00B0 in Unicode, and the TS1 encoding contains it if you want to use legacy NFSS. The standard command for it is \textdegree and is defined by either textcomp or fontspec.

https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/384873/what-is-the-degree-symbol/384874

[Easiest Way] How to insert/make Degree Symbol in Latex?

LaTeX is a high-quality typesetting system. LaTeX is the de facto standard for the communication and publication of scientific documents.

https://degreesymbolmac.com/degree-symbol-in-latex/

Degree symbol : LaTeX - Reddit

I know that there are plenty of packages and other ways to get a degree symbol, but it seems like it should be a default command. Anyone know why it's not?

https://www.reddit.com/r/LaTeX/comments/3ux19h/degree_symbol/

How to Write the Degree Sign in Latex - Math and Multimedia

I received a number of emails asking how to write the degree sign in Latex, so I have decided to include it as a short post. To write the degree sign in Latex, you have to place the \circ command in the exponent of the angle measure.

http://mathandmultimedia.com/2012/11/02/degree-sign-in-latex/

Degree symbol - Wikipedia

In LaTeX, the packages gensymb and textcomp provide the commands \degree and \textdegree , respectively. In the absence of these packages one can write the degree symbol as ^{\circ} in math mode. In other words, it is written as the empty circle glyph \circ as a superscript.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Degree_symbol

Is there a degree symbol in LaTex or is ^{\circ} the best it can do?

But as this post [link] pointed out, using the circle seems less sophisticated than being able to use the proper degrees symbol. So is there a way to add a degrees symbol into my line?

https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/435236-is-there-a-degree-symbol-in-latex-or-is-circ-the-best-it-can-do

How to insert degree symbol in LaTeX – Code Yarns 👨💻

To insert the degree symbol into a LaTeX document, install the gensymb package, include it in the document and use the degree symbol in math mode.

https://codeyarns.com/2013/01/13/how-to-insert-degree-symbol-in-latex/

How can I type the degree symbol in inline LaTeX syntax?

After a couple of searching on Google, I cannot find the way to type the degree symbol in inline LaTeX syntax.

https://github.com/HappenApps/Quiver/issues/508

Last updated: 10/22/2019

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