It means an integer that is greater than or equal to some given value.It is an integer because of the word "fewer". Otherwise the comparative phrase should have been "no less than" .
It means that it is less than a number. Like 4 is fewer than 5. or subtraction
Fewer is an adjective which is applied to integers. X is said to be fewer than Y if X is less than Y. This means that X cannot be equal to Y nor greater than Y.For continuous quantities, the phrase "less than" is more appropriate than "fewer".
'Few' or 'several' are both often used for the purpose of describing a number in taht range.
the symbol for No fewer then is > because this symbol means that it can both be greater then and equal to.
It means 100 fewer than before.
The plural word 'mice' has fewer letters in it than its singular word: mouse. Mice has 4 and mouse has 5. Little but big difference
Fewer than two means less than two, which is any number less than two and does NOT include two. Example: 1, 0.
The word fewer is a determiner. It is the comparative of the word few.
That means a number of items counting from 1 to 69.
Yeah, of course! Here's an example: There are fewer students here today than yesterday's assembly. Or: After the war, the South was left with even fewer materials than they started with. Also: Fewer kids came to Sarah's party than to Flora's party. Hope this helped!
independent = ieee, 4 vowels, and ndpndnt, 7 consonants, therefore there are three fewer vowels than consonants.