X Symbol

The latin letter x is used to represent a variable or coefficient. In algebra, x is often used to represent an unkown value. The symbol x is also used to represent the horizontal dimension in the 2D cartesian coordinate system.

Format Display Data
TeX
x
Unicode x
120


Usage

Multiplication Variables | Notation

In mathematics when two variables are next to each other the implied operation is multiplication. This makes many equations and formulas more simple.

Variable | Notation

A variable is a letter or symbol that represents a value that either changes or is unknown.