The MathML <mo> element is used to specify an operator on a web page. It can specify any type of operator for example: =, +, ?, ?, and even parentheses and commas.
Let's take an expression to deploy an operator.
3 x - 2 y
Note: Traditional typography differentiates hyphens from minus signs, which are longer. In the above HTML code, we used a hyphen, but since we put it in an
Operator entities are used to represent special symbols like minus signs, less than, greater than etc. HTML offers several character entities dedicated to mathematics. A list of most common operators:
The operator entities are generally used as the content of an
Let's take an example to see the use of operators in MathML.
See this equation: 5 x - 4 y ? 0