Standard deviation can be greater than the mean.
A line under the greater than symbol means, "greater than or equal to" and can also be represented by ">=" on the keyboard.
It does not indicate anything if the mean is greater than the standard deviation.
When a distribution is skewed to the right, the mean is greater than median.
It depends what you mean by m. If you mean metres, then it is greater than it. If you mean miles, then it is less than it.
Greater than (mathematical symbol >) means a value that is larger.
Numerically larger. 6 is greater than 5.
it means the signs you use in math. less than <. greater than >
They mean that the expression to the left of the sign is greater than or less than (as appropriate) the expression to the right of the sign.
Not greater than or equal to.
If you mean 007 then its is equivalent to 7 which is greater than 0.7