I was printing my report due and something fascinating happened (would like to share it here since most people on Brilliant should be familiar with \(\LaTeX\))! I have written my report in \(\LaTeX\), but the thing is that when I printed the Math symbols out, they turned into Penguins! :D

P.S. I actually submitted the penguins to the teacher hahaha

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TopNewestWay to the Antarctic, brother!

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What was that symbol exactly, that turned into a penguin? :D

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\(\mu\)

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