The answer is less.
a is 6 less than d.
There are no numbers that are more than 5 but less than 3. 3 is less than 5, so anything that is less than 3 is also less than 5.
more than this and less than that more than this and less than that
There are a few numbers that are less than 19 and have more than 4 factors. The number 10 is less than 19 and has more than four factors.
No, 0.23 is less than 0.9 and less than 1.0
If 'x' is more than 1, then x2 is more than 'x'. If 'x' is less than 1, then x2 is less than 'x'.
More or less than what?
Nobody. If they have more power, then they cannot have less. And if they have less, they cannot have more. So nobody can have more AND less.
It depends on what you mean by "more or less". If more or less is used to indicate approximately or nearly equal to, then the symbol used is ≈ which look like a wriggly equals symbol. If more or less is used for more than or less than but not equal to, then you would use an equals sign with a diagonal line through it ≠ which stands for "not equal to" You are right but if it's more than or less than it would look like this (less than)<(more) or (more than)>
less. One hundred and something is always less than three hundred and something.
The "more than" symbol is the > symbol. The "less than" symbol is the < symbol.
It is more than 47.
one quarter is less than one third
A little less than 100
2 is less than 3
0.05 is less than 0.50
A millilitre is less than a litre