it means the signs you use in math. less than <. greater than >
Less than < Greater than >
greater than is > less than is <
You might mean an inequality (with 'less than', 'greater than', etc). You might mean an expression.
They are: > means greater than and < means less than
greater than= > less than= <
Less than sign is < Greater than sign is >
the less than sign is > the greater than sign is <
Greater than: >Less than:
Inequalities have greater than, less than, greater than or equal to, or less than or equal to signs. Equations have an equal sign.
It depends what you mean by m. If you mean metres, then it is greater than it. If you mean miles, then it is less than it.
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.
Where instead of an equal sign, it might be greater than or less than signs.
In general, a mean can be greater or less than the standard deviation.
You mean: What angles are greater than 90, but less than 180. These are obtuse angles
Less than or equal to
If there is an equal sign, it is called an equation; if there is a less-than, a less-than-or-equal, a greater-than, or a greater-than-or-equal sign, an inequality; if there is none of these, an expression.
greater than would be: > less than would be: < Equal would be: =
If you mean -318 then it is less than 3.125
"x3" is not an inequality. An inequality will have one of the following signs: less-than, less-than-or-equal, greater-than, greater-than-or-equal. for example: 3x - 5 < 15
An angle greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees is acute An angle greater than 90 but less than 180 degrees is obtuse
By using greater than (x>y) or less than (x<y) signs.
If you dont know i dont know haha