An inequality must have a greater than sign (>) OR a less than sign (<) OR a greater than or equal to sign (≥) OR a less than or equal to sign (≤).
Less than or equal to. :)
No. To be an inequality, it must somewhere have a greater than, less than, greater-or-equal, or less-or-equal sign.
Greater than or equal to
A number is an expression. It is not an equation, or an inequality, since it doesn't have an equal sign, or an inequality (greater than, less than, etc.) sign.
x^4 is not an inequality. (An inequality has a "bigger than or equal to/less than or equal to/less than/bigger than" sign involved. I.e not an "equals" sign, since this would be an "equality"). But x^4 is not an equality, nor an inequality.
A more formal name is the strict inequality sign.
In that it uses an inequality sign (less then, greater than, less-than-or-equal, greater-than-or-equal) instead of an equality sign. When solving, special care must be taken - when multiplying or dividing both sides of an inequality by a negative number, the direction of the inequality sign changes.
I assume you mean "inequality". An equation has an equal sign; an inequality has one of the inequality signs instead of an equal sign. These signs are: * Greater than * Greater than or equal * Less than * Less than or equal To solve an inequality, the main point to consider is that if you multiply or divide both sides by a negative number, you must invert the inequality sign. For example, if you multiply both sides by (-2), a greater-than sign would need to be changed to a less-than sign.
-3<6 The inequality sign for less than is <
If it has an inequality sign, for example "less than", it is an inequality. If it doesn't have that, it is an expression.
The inequality sign becomes greater than (>).
Yes you do, you also flip the inequality sign if you multiply by a negative # The > and < signs are strictly the "Greater than" and "Less than" signs. The inequality sign is an = with a / stroke through it. If you divide an inequality by -1 it remains an inequality.
It's the "less than" sign [ < ] above the "equals" sign [ = ].â‰¤When you see it, you read it " ... less than or equal to ... ". That's the same as " ... no more than ... "
An inequality sign which means > more than and < less than
It is an inequality.
If two sides of an inequality are multiplied (or divided) by a negative number, you have to invert the sign. For example, a "less-than" sign becomes a "greater-than" sign.
Since there is no inequality sign, those are not inequalities. An inequality sign is normally one of the following: greater than; less than; great-or-equal; less-than-or-equal.
I think you mean no less than which means the same as greater than which is >
> greater than < less than > greater than or equal to (underlined) -- < less than or equal to (also underlined) --
In an equation, what is to the left of the equals sign equals what is to the right. In an inequality, the left side is either less than, greater than, less than or equal to, or greater than or equal to the right side.