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Less than: x<y

Greater than: x>y

Equal to: x=y

There is also less than or equal to, which is the less than symbol with a line over it, as well as greater than or equal to, which is the greater than symbol with a line over it. Not equal to is an equal sign with a slash. About equal to is an equal sign but with squiggly lines intead of straight.

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