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Q: What does the greater sign mean with a line under it?

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The less-than sign alone means "less than"; if there is a line below, it means "less than or equal".

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"At least" is expressed with the "greater or equal" sign, for example, x >= 100. (I don't know how to draw the greater-or-equal sign here - it is a horizontal line beneath the greater sign).

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.

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

2s + 5 [ge] 49 (ge stands for "greater than or equal to")2s [ge] 44 s [ge] 22 That is, s is greater than or equal to 22.

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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.

no , its not

at the top there is a curved line and a circle under it and under the circle is a plus sign.

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