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Q: If a is greater than or less than b is it the same as a greater than or equal b?

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Same as it is.

Same as

In the same way that a diagonal line through the equals symbol changes equals (=) to does not equal (â‰ ), a near-vertical line through the greater than symbol (>), changes it to not greater than. Unfortunately I cannot find it in my symbols set. One alternative, of course, is to change the equation around: x not greater than y is the same as x less than or equal to (â‰¤) y. When inverting the equation in this fashion, you do need to remember to add = if it was not there and remove it if it was. ie not (greater than) is the same as less than or equal to not (greater than or equal to) is the same as less than not (less than) is the same as greater than or equal to not (less than or equal to) is the same as greater than

They are the same.

Less than Less than or equal to Equal to Greater than Greater than or equal to

The numbers have exactly the same value.

No, they are the same.

> greater than < less than = equal to

> is greater than; with a line under it it is greater than or equal to < is less than; with a line under it it is less than or equal to

The opposite of less than or equal to is greater than or equal.And also:The opposite of greater than or equal to is less than or equal.

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"No less than" is the same as "greater than or equal": write the greater-than sign, with a line (similar to an underline) underneath.

Less than or equal to

Exactly the same measurement.

< > = Greater than , less than and equal too

> is greater than = is equals < is less than.

is 75% greater than or less than or equal to 0.78

1-4 equal less than and greater than = -3

Greater than >Less than written on top of =.

You have to flip the inequality sign. If it is less than(<) it has to become greater than(>). If it is greater than(>), it has to become less than(<). If it is less than equal to(<=), it has to become greater than equal to(>=). If it is greater than equal to(>=)., it must become less than equal to(<=).

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"Is at most" is the same as "less than or equal to".

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No. To be an inequality, it must somewhere have a greater than, less than, greater-or-equal, or less-or-equal sign.