Less than sign is < Greater than sign is >
The greater than sign is ">" and the less than sign is "<"
No, ten is equal to ten. If you see a less than/equal to sign, the statement is true.A less than/equal to sign has a less than sign on top of an equal sign.
the less than sign is > the greater than sign is <
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 (≤).
If the two sides of the equation are unequal, you need the greater than or the less than sign instead of the equal sign. If the left side is less, use the less than sign. Otherwise, use the greater than sign.
The less than sign I believe that you are talking about is the minus/subtraction sign? The addition sign, +, is the opposite of the subtraction sign :)
First of all, the question should be asked like: What does the greater and less than sign look like? Greater Than Sign - > Less Than Sign - < Equal To Sign - = Your Welcome!
> is the sign for greater than.< is the sign for less than.
Accenture * * * * * No, The Accenture logo does not have a "less than" sign.