Q: Does up to mean greater than or equal to or less than or equal to?

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> is greater than; with a line under it it is greater than or equal to < is less than; with a line under it it is less than or equal to

< this means less than > this means more than If you are writing them, putting an underline underneath them will mean XX or equal to. However in typed font you can also use <= for less than or equal to, and >= for greater than or equal to.

The opposite of less than or equal to is greater than or equal.And also:The opposite of greater than or equal to is less than or equal.

"Is at most" is the same as "less than or equal to".

Greater than >Less than written on top of =.

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You can use the Not function or the <> operator, which is the < and the > beside each other. To see if the values in A1 and A2 are not equal to each other, you can type: =A1<>A2 or =Not(A1=A2) In each case they will either give you TRUE if they are not equal or FALSE if they are equal, in the cell that you enter the formula into.

It depends what you mean by m. If you mean metres, then it is greater than it. If you mean miles, then it is less than it.

Less than Less than or equal to Equal to Greater than Greater than or equal to

> greater than < less than = equal to

< this means less than > this means more than If you are writing them, putting an underline underneath them will mean XX or equal to. However in typed font you can also use <= for less than or equal to, and >= for greater than or equal to.

> is greater than; with a line under it it is greater than or equal to < is less than; with a line under it it is less than or equal to

The opposite of less than or equal to is greater than or equal.And also:The opposite of greater than or equal to is less than or equal.

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(<=).

1-4 equal less than and greater than = -3

is 75% greater than or less than or equal to 0.78

"Is at most" is the same as "less than or equal to".

> is greater than = is equals < is less than.