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Q: Which means less than and greater than?

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They are: > means greater than and < means less than

"<" means less than and ">" means greater than, i.e., 6<10 but >3.

I think you mean no less than which means the same as greater than which is >

greater than

You have to flip the inequality sign. If it is less than(<) it has to become greater than(>). If it is greater than(>), it has to become less than(<). If it is less than equal to(<=), it has to become greater than equal to(>=). If it is greater than equal to(>=)., it must become less than equal to(<=).

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They are: > means greater than and < means less than

< means less than > means greater than

> means greater than < means less than

it means the signs you use in math. less than <. greater than >

They are: > means greater than and < means less than

False. A is greater than C. ******************** I'm not in calculus but if A isn't less than B, then that means its either greater than or equal to it. and if B isn't less than C then its greater or equal to. so that means that A is either greater than or equal to C. so that means that A than C.

"<" means less than and ">" means greater than, i.e., 6<10 but >3.

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Strictly speaking it means "not less than".

Less. 3.44 means 3.440, which is less than 3.441.

No, it is not. Anything less than .31 (even .3099999) means it is less than .31. .13 is less than .31, and thus is not greater.

Greater than or equal to

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