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Q: What are the greater than and less than symbols called?

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Greater than: > Lesser than: < Example: 10 > 2 (ten is greater than two), 2 < 10 (two is less than ten).

The symbols are: 60 > < 90

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0.3 is greater than 0.08

The mathematical symbol for 'less than' is On the keyboard, is found over the period, or full stop.One way to remember which way the symbols go is this:BIGGER > smallersmaller < BIGGERor2 > 1 (2 is greater than 1)1 < 2 (1 is less than 2)

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They are just called greater than< and less than>

Is < Less than or Greater than or > Greater than or Less than

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

< means less than > means greater than

> greater than < less than = equal to

The greater than symbol is ">" and the less than symbol is "<", without the quotes.

If the "comparison symbol" is the equal sign, it is called an "equation". If the symbol is less than, greater than, less-than-or-equal, or greater-than-or-equal, it's called an "inequality".

The symbol for 'greater than' is '>' The symbol for 'less than' is '

> is greater than and < is less than (EXAMPLE: 8 > 3 and 3 < 8)

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

Symbols= greater than (>), less than (<), and equal to (=)

Greater than: > Lesser than: < Example: 10 > 2 (ten is greater than two), 2 < 10 (two is less than ten).

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