A line under the greater than symbol means, "greater than or equal to" and can also be represented by ">=" on the keyboard.
Not greater than or equal to.
Low tire pressure symbol. Adjust pressure and allow to reset after driving a few miles.
Greater than (mathematical symbol >) means a value that is larger.
It means greater than or equal to
All things that are underneath the sun or anything in earth is useless and boastful not knowing that there is a Creator greater than them.
A square foot
If you mean a zero with a diagonal line through it, it is the symbol for the empty set which is the set that contains nothing.
(of a letter, figure, or symbol) Written or printed above the line.
It's an "i" with a line between it. It stands for "one".
If by "arrow" you mean "carat" (>) the carat means "greater than" and if underlined means "greater than or equal to"
if you mean the line then that is normal but if you have jailbroken it then that might be the cause
I assume you mean one of the two apostles named James: James the Greater and James the Lesser. Both have different symbols so you would have to tell us which symbol you are asking about.
It means that one factor is greater than (>) or less than (<) some other factor.
x >_ b means x is bigger than b or equal to b. x <_ b means x is smaller than b or equal to b. sorry for this stupid characters ;)
A cold front is a blue line with triangles, and a warm front is a red line with triangles.
I suspect you mean the signs < and > meaning "less than" or "greater than". (There is no flip of the inequality sign, which is an equals sign with a line through it). You have to flip when you multiply a "greater or less than" eqequation if you multiply the equatiob through by -1. Example: you have 2>1, and -2<-1.
it's a tamil language alphabet. which pronounce line "eye"(english) ..
nothing its a safety feature
For two items (Planes, lines, line segments, ect.) to be perpendicular that means that they meet at a 90 degree angle. Perpendicularity is denoted by the ⊥ symbol. For example line AB ⊥ line CD would mean that the line AB would be perpendicular to the line CD.
A continuous line goes on forever, the mathematic symbol for infinity is a sideways number 8 because U'r able to draw that symbol infinitely over & over again. A normal line starts with a point A & finishes with the point B, but a line that is continuous has no point B.
Depending upon which symbol you mean, it usually means that symbol DOUBLED.
She had no symbol. Are you sure you mean 'symbol'?
If you mean the food, it has no symbol, but if you mean the number (3.1415...) the symbol is on the link below.
If you mean underneath Australia on the map, then it's Tasmania.