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Greek Letters
Mathematica allows Greek letters to be fully integrated into symbol names, strings and graphics—and to be entered from palettes or using keyboard shortcuts. Mathematica includes rendering of both ordinary and variant Greek letters in all its standard fonts.
Lowercase Greek Letters
Alpha  ▪ Beta  ▪ Gamma  ▪ Delta  ▪ Epsilon  ▪ Zeta  ▪ Eta  ▪ Theta  ▪ Iota  ▪ Kappa  ▪ Lambda  ▪ Mu  ▪ Nu  ▪ Xi  ▪ Omicron  ▪ Pi  ▪ Rho  ▪ Sigma  ▪ Tau  ▪ Upsilon  ▪ Phi  ▪ Chi  ▪ Psi  ▪ Omega  ▪ ...
Alpha alpha (Esc a Esc) Theta theta (Esc th Esc)
Tau tau (Esc t Esc) Omega omega (Esc w Esc)
\[Alpha]  ▪ \[Theta]  ▪ \[Lambda]  ▪ \[Mu]  ▪ \[Phi]  ▪ \[Omega]  ▪ ...
Uppercase Greek Letters
CapitalAlpha  ▪ CapitalBeta  ▪ CapitalGamma  ▪ CapitalDelta  ▪ CapitalEpsilon  ▪ CapitalZeta  ▪ CapitalEta  ▪ CapitalTheta  ▪ CapitalIota  ▪ CapitalKappa  ▪ CapitalLambda  ▪ CapitalMu  ▪ CapitalNu  ▪ CapitalXi  ▪ CapitalOmicron  ▪ CapitalPi  ▪ CapitalRho  ▪ CapitalSigma  ▪ CapitalTau  ▪ CapitalUpsilon  ▪ CapitalPhi  ▪ CapitalChi  ▪ CapitalPsi  ▪ CapitalOmega  ▪ ...
CapitalDelta capital delta (Esc D Esc) CapitalPsi capital psi (Esc Ps Esc)
CurlyEpsilon  ▪ CurlyTheta  ▪ CurlyKappa  ▪ CurlyPi  ▪ CurlyRho  ▪ FinalSigma  ▪ CurlyPhi  ▪ CurlyCapitalUpsilon  ▪ ...
CurlyEpsilon curly epsilon (Esc ce Esc) CurlyPhi curly phi (Esc cph Esc)
Archaic Greek Letters
Digamma (\[Digamma] ▪ Koppa (\[Koppa] ▪ Stigma (\[Stigma] ▪ Sampi (\[Sampi] ▪ CapitalDigamma (\[CapitalDigamma] ▪ CapitalKoppa (\[CapitalKoppa] ▪ CapitalStigma (\[CapitalStigma] ▪ CapitalSampi (\[CapitalSampi])
    
Pi Mathematica symbol Pi (entered as Esc p Esc)
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