> greater than
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= equal to
Five threes do not equal ten, so you can't use symbols to show that.
You must look at the condition when the expression is greater or equal to zero and the case (condition) when it is less that zero.
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You can use arrows to show that one number is less than another: if a is less than b, you can symbolize that as a<b. If a is greater than b, you can write it as a>b.
"If one proves the equality of two numbers a and b by showing first that "a is less than or equal to b" and then "a is greater than or equal to b", it is unfair, one should instead show that they are really equal by disclosing the inner ground for their equality." My source is linked below.
10>9; 10 is greater (>) rhan nine 9<10; 9 is less (<) than ten
43 > 34 (The bigger side of the symbol points to the bigger number.)
X>Y, Means X is greater than Y, Y>X Means Y is greater, Ok.
24.30 can be written as 24.3 without losing or altering its value since zeros at the end after a decimal point have really no value (except to show precision). So the two are equal. Note that zeros at the end but before a decimal point do have value
The less than sign is used to show one item is less equal that another item. For example four is less than six and is written as 4
It is but you only need to do the greater than, equal to, or less than signs to show what the possible solutions are such as: X > 6 or X = 6 or X < 6 Unless you are told otherwise by a teacher or professor.