more > or less <
105 it depends on the keyboard you have. Some have more, some have less.
The US QWERTY Standard Keyboard is both Keyboards. They’re alike to the Spanish (Latin American) Keyboard by the letters. They are also alike by the numbers and symbols. They are different by where the symbols are located. Some keys have more symbols than the US QWERTY standard keyboard has. Another difference between the US keyboard and the Spanish (Latin America) keyboard is that the Spanish N is different than the English N.
hold down alt button and press the numeric keypad on your keyboard then release. press the numbers more than once and it will make other symbols..
You use something called an alt code. By pressing the Alt key and a number at the same time, you can make various symbols not on your keyboard. The sun is Alt+15 ☼ You can look up a whole chart of them on google if you want to see more.
You indicate that M is "more than" or "less than" with the symbols < and >. So if M is less than -3, you write M<-3. If M is more than -3, you write M>-3. But the question wants an answer that is equal to or more than -3. This symbol is not on my keyboard but looks like > with an underline. ----
This question was written using more or less correct English. Well, rather less than more, actually.
A piano has 88 keys while a more expensive keyboard will have about 75 or so. A more standard cheaper one has about 50 or less.
The simple buttons are usually to the right of the keyboard. They look like /, *, -, and +. For more complex buttons I have no idea how to get to them. But if you go to the calculator that is on the computer, you can click view, then scientific mode. This will bring up a scientific calculator with other symbols.
... a smart move. The keyboard is quicker for most every task and more ergonomic too.
ALT + CTRL + T Once you go into the More symbols menu(via insert tab, symbols button), with most of the available symbols, MS word will display their shortcut keys.