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It means that is is less than or equal to that number.

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WHAT SYMBOL is which greater than or less than?

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"less than or equal to". The symbol for less than is " < " and for less than or equal to it is < with a line under it


How do you add less than symbol in Excel?

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What is the difference in meaning between a dot and an empty circle on a number line graph?

a filled in circle/dot means "greater than or eaqual to/less than or equal to" (depending on which way the arrow is pointing. an empty cirlce means only "greater than/less than". the greater than/less than symbol with the line under it will indicate the filled in circle. the normal greater than/less than symbol willl indicate the hollow cirlce


What does a line underneath a greater than symbol mean?

A line under the greater than symbol means, "greater than or equal to" and can also be represented by ">=" on the keyboard.


What does the line under a greater or less sign mean?

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


What does the less than math symbol look like?

The "less than" sign in mathematics is an arrow head pointing to the left. If the arrow head is pointing to the right, it is "more than." If there is a straight line under the left pointing arrow head, it means "less than or equal to" and if there is a straight line under the right pointing arrow head, it means "greater than or equal to." Think of a number line. If you are at any number and go to the left, you are subtracting numbers. If you head to the right, you are adding numerals.


What does symbol of greater than with a line under it and a slash through it mean?

Not greater than or equal to.


What is symbol for more or less?

It depends on what you mean by "more or less". If more or less is used to indicate approximately or nearly equal to, then the symbol used is ≈ which look like a wriggly equals symbol. If more or less is used for more than or less than but not equal to, then you would use an equals sign with a diagonal line through it ≠ which stands for "not equal to" You are right but if it's more than or less than it would look like this (less than)<(more) or (more than)>


Is the symbol more than or less than?

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What is the difference between the symbol less than and less than or equal to?

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What is the symbol for greater than and less than?

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What is the difference between an open circle and a close circle on a number line?

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What are the greater than and less than symbols called?

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How do you write 9 is greater than x and -7 is less than or equal to x?

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A less than and a greater than symbol surrounds a tag.


What is the mathematical symbol for at most?

The inequality sign for at most is &lt; with _ under it. ( less than or equal to)


What are symbols such as inequalities and equals?

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&gt; with a horizontal line underneath to remember which one is less i always turn this one &lt; round to make an L for less than


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An expression for 9 less than k?

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What is the mathematical symbol for not less than?

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What are the six comparison symbols?

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