Q: Place a familiar mathematical symbol between 2 and 3 to express a number greater than 2 and less than 3?

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There's no mathematical difference between them; they're the same value. They express the same ratio. In a simplified fraction, the GCF of the numerator and the denominator is 1. In an unsimplified fraction, that GCF is greater than one.

It's simply called the "greater than" symbol.

5>x<9

A square root sign.

There is no mathematical operator visible between the second pair of numbers so it is difficult to be sure of the answer. 4*7 is -21 greater than 47.

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There's no mathematical difference between them; they're the same value. They express the same ratio. In a simplified fraction, the GCF of the numerator and the denominator is 1. In an unsimplified fraction, that GCF is greater than one.

Decimal point

Decimal point

5>9

Yes.

is greater than zero

the deicmal point. -> 4.5 is greater than 4 and lower than 6.

none i'm pretty sure

It's simply called the "greater than" symbol.

5>x<9

A square root sign.

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