Use the **stix** package in your LaTeX document to create below equal symbols

`\usepackage{stix}`

Equals Sign

=

=

Equal to By Definition

\eqdef

\eqdef

Measured By

\measeq

\measeq

Questioned Equal To

\questeq

\questeq

Not Equal To

\neq

\neq

Identical To

\equiv

\equiv

Not Identical To

\nequiv

\nequiv

Strictly Equivalent To

\Equiv

\Equiv

Equivalent To

\asymp

\asymp

Geometrically Equivalent To

\Bumpeq

\Bumpeq

Difference Between

\bumpeq

\bumpeq

Approaches the Limit

\doteq

\doteq

Geometrically Equal To

\doteqdot

\doteqdot

Approximately Equal to or the Image Of

\fallingdotseq

\fallingdotseq

Image of or Approximately Equal To

\risingdotseq

\risingdotseq

Colon Equals

\coloneq

\coloneq

Equals Colon

\eqcolon

\eqcolon

Ring In Equal To

\eqcirc

\eqcirc

Ring Equal To

\circeq

\circeq

Corresponds To

\arceq

\arceq

Estimates

\wedgeq

\wedgeq

Equiangular To

\veeeq

\veeeq

Star Equals

\stareq

\stareq

Delta Equal To

\triangleq

\triangleq

Equals Sign and Slanted Parallel

\eparsl

\eparsl

Equals Sign and Slanted Parallel with Tilde Above

\smeparsl

\smeparsl

Identical to and Slanted Parallel

\eqvparsl

\eqvparsl

Gleich Stark

\gleichstark

\gleichstark

Equals Sign with Dot Below

\eqdot

\eqdot

Identical with Dot Above

\dotequiv

\dotequiv

Double Colon Equal

\Coloneq

\Coloneq

Two Consecutive Equals Signs

\eqeq

\eqeq

Three Consecutive Equals Signs

\eqeqeq

\eqeqeq

Equals Sign with Two Dots Above and Two Dots Below

\ddotseq

\ddotseq

Equivalent with Four Dots Above

\equivDD

\equivDD

Equals Sign with Bumpy Above

\bumpeqq

\bumpeqq

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