An inequality sign which means > more than and < less than
The symbol is <.
Greater than or equal to
A more formal name is the strict inequality sign.
If a word problem states "no more than", the corresponding inequality sign is less than or equal to (≤). For example, if x is no more than than 4, then: x ≤ 4.
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 (≤).
I think you mean no less than which means the same as greater than which is >
I've always told myself the arrow is an alligator mouth that wants to eat more food, for example:(10 > 5) (5 < 10) (5 = 5)The first one is 10 is greater than 5.The second one is 5 is less than 10.The third one is 5 is equal to 5.The inequality sign that means "more than " is >.
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.
The sign is "greater than or equal to" or ≥
The inequality sign opens towards the bigger number.