The greater than sign is ">" and the less than sign is "<"
Less than sign is < Greater than sign is >
the less than sign is > the greater than sign is <
First of all, the question should be asked like: What does the greater and less than sign look like? Greater Than Sign - > Less Than Sign - < Equal To Sign - = Your Welcome!
> is the sign for greater than.< is the sign for less than.
If two is greater than 5 then it does not matter which side the sign is facing. The logic of the question demands that the second part of the answer is required to be true only if the first part is true. Since the first part "2 is greater than 5" is patently false, then according to ogic, it does not matter what the second part says. By the way, the greater/less than sign always points to the smaller number. One way to remember that is that there are two (angled) lines in the symbol. The smaller number is on the same side as the smaller distance between these two lines.
An inequality must have a greater than sign (>) OR a less than sign (<) OR a greater than or equal to sign (≥) OR a less than or equal to sign (≤).
greater than is > and less than is <
If the two sides of the equation are unequal, you need the greater than or the less than sign instead of the equal sign. If the left side is less, use the less than sign. Otherwise, use the greater than sign.
The greater than sign points to the right and the less than sign points to the left. 1<2 1<3 1<4
The 'greater than' sign is '>'. '<' is the 'less than' sign. If you were to say 'five is greater than 4', you could mathematically present that as '5>4'.
> - greater than < - less than
Greater than >Less than written on top of =.
They mean that the expression to the left of the sign is greater than or less than (as appropriate) the expression to the right of the sign.
"No less than" is the same as "greater than or equal": write the greater-than sign, with a line (similar to an underline) underneath.
The greater than sign is > and the less than sign is < To help remember which is which, think about which end of the sign is greater in size - the number at that end is the greater number (and the number at the other end number lesser number).
greater than > less than < The small end points to the smaller value.
0.76 is less than 0.78
No. To be an inequality, it must somewhere have a greater than, less than, greater-or-equal, or less-or-equal sign.
The greater than sign is >, the less than sign is <. Whichever equation is on the "pointy" side of the sign is always the smaller thing. (Remember, small side of sign = smaller equation).
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The sign 'Greater than' is '>'. The sign 'Less than ( ungreater than)' is '
The sign for greater than is > the sign for less than is < so, 3 > 2 would be correct, 2 > 3 would be incorrect
It eats the greater number. for example- 3>1