Q: Question mark with an equal sign under it?

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"?" This sign is called a "Question-Mark." It tells the reader that it's a question. For example: What's your favorite color?

It means greater than or equal to

I think you mean this as an answer, not a question. An expression does not have an equals sign (e.g 2x4). An equation does have an equals sign (e.g 2x4=8).

There is no straightforward answer to the question - such as it is! Incomplete sentences followed by a question mark do not make a question. Also, the answer, if there is any, will depend on the mathematical operation - addition, subtractions, multiplication, division, exponentiation etc.

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.

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The symbol for a question mark is simply called a "question mark."

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In American Sign Language, the sign for a question mark is formed by raising your eyebrows slightly and making a questioning facial expression at the end of the sentence to indicate that it is a question. There is no specific hand sign for the question mark itself.

"?" This sign is called a "Question-Mark." It tells the reader that it's a question. For example: What's your favorite color?

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Your question seems to be missing a word.

Can you please rephrase your question and ask again.