Q: How do you write less than 300lb using less than symbol?

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One symbol to use is <5'.

It is > for less than and < for greater than.

The greater than symbol is ">" and the less than symbol is "<", without the quotes.

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. ----

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the sign: < for example, you can say 5<8 because 8 is bigger than 5, or 5 is LESS THAN 8

If you want to say "Nine is less than a number k," you would write 9<K. If you're asking for an equation, e.g. "Nine less than a number k is equal to that number divided by three," you would write k - 9.

One symbol to use is <5'.

write the experssion for 9 less than x

The "more than" symbol is the > symbol. The "less than" symbol is the < symbol.

43 > 34 (The bigger side of the symbol points to the bigger number.)

the symbol for less than is "<" while the symbol for less than or equal to is "<" with "_" underneath it.

The symbol for greater than is > and the symbol for less than is <

It's written <1%

'<' stands for less than It is the < symbol located on the same key as the comma. I distinguish this from the > (greater than) symbol because the < (less than) looks like a slanted L (for Less than). The bigger number is at the bigger (wider) end of the sign. For example in 3 < 5 the 5 is at the bigger (wider) end of the sign, so it is bigger than the 3, so 3 is less than 5. Depending on the fonts you have access to, "less than or equal to" can be written as "<=" or "≤" and "greater than or equal to" is ">=" or "≥"

1.81 < 4.525 < 13.032 < 18.1 < 131.044