# Arc Symbols [Emoji, Copy and Paste]

## Arc Symbols For You To Copy and Paste is ⌢

For a lot of us, arcs are one of the most disliked symbols because they bring back memories from our geometry and math classes. Let’s face it, geometry, or anything math related, hasn’t been a strong point for most of us. It brings back bad memories and reminds us of the days we struggled. Nevertheless, symbols of everything exist and will continue to do so. At times, we may need those arc symbols as well. By the end of this article, you will easily be able to do arc symbol copy and paste, and also know how to type it.

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`⌢`

`⌒`

`⤻`

## All Symbols That Can Be Used For Arc:

⌢ ,⤽ , ⤹ , ⤻ , ⤸ , ⤺ , ⤼, ⌒ , 🏹

## How to Use These Symbols?

Copy and paste the arc symbol in just one click. Just click on the arc symbol copy button next to it and insert it anywhere.

## What is The Arc Symbol Math?

In math, the arc is a commonly used term. A parameter is the boundary wall of any closed figure in math. Therefore, the parameter, or the outline, of a circle is called a circumference. Extending from that, an arch is a segment of the circumference. To elaborate, an arc is a curve between two points along the circumference. Hence, it is a curved line that begins from one end and finishes at the other, making it an open curve.

Though the symbol of an arc is an open curve, it can be represented over letters as well. If let’s say that between point A and point B is a curved arc, then the arc symbol over letters may be written as AB^ or BA^. It can be written either way because the order of the points doesn’t matter. Nonetheless, the arc itself is written as “”.

## How to Type The Symbol of The Arc?

To type this symbol, you need to know what the Alt code of the symbol is. Some other handy codes of the symbol are:

• Alt Code: 8978
• Unicode: U+2312
• HTML Code: &#8978

Using the Alt code, get the symbol following these two basic steps. Before you try and fidget around to type the symbol, make sure that your Num Lock from the keyboard is switched on. Also see that when you type the numbers during this process, you type them from the Numpad instead of using the number keyboard in the top row. So, the two simple steps are:

1. Press the left Alt key on the keyboard and hold onto that.
2. Type the Alt code of the symbol which is 8978.
3. Once typed, let go of the Alt key.

The moment you let go of the Alt key, the symbol of an arc should appear. The same method can be applied to similar characters if you know their respective Alt codes.