The "is greater than" and "is less than" symbols are the relations of an equality. this is the greater than symbol > this is the less than symbol <
Less than is indicated by < and is the upper case comma on keyboard Greater than is indicated by > and is the upper case period on keyboard If you want less than or equal to or greater than or equal to these are available as symbols on Microsoft
Greater than: > Less than: <
You can make a turkey with your keyboard by typing a series of symbols. These are the less than sign, a colon, a greater than sign, and the two equals signs. The turkey will appear to be sideways.
Is < Less than or Greater than or > Greater than or Less than
< means less than > means greater than
Less than is shown by a < Greater than is shown by a >
< > = Greater than , less than and equal too
> is greater than = is equals < is less than.
The greater than symbol is ">" and the less than symbol is "<", without the quotes.
If the "comparison symbol" is the equal sign, it is called an "equation". If the symbol is less than, greater than, less-than-or-equal, or greater-than-or-equal, it's called an "inequality".
> greater than < less than = equal to