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Q: What does a line underneath a greater than symbol mean?

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If by "arrow" you mean "carat" (>) the carat means "greater than" and if underlined means "greater than or equal to"

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"At least" is expressed with the "greater or equal" sign, for example, x >= 100. (I don't know how to draw the greater-or-equal sign here - it is a horizontal line beneath the greater sign).

The less-than sign alone means "less than"; if there is a line below, it means "less than or equal".

The greater than or equal to symbol is put between two numbers, where the number on the left of the symbol is "greater than or equal to" the number on the right. That just means the number to the left is either bigger than the number on the right or it's equal to, or the same as, the number to the right. This is mostly used when you don't know exactly what the number on the left is, but you know it's larger or equal to the number on the left.

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It means greater than or equal to

All things that are underneath the sun or anything in earth is useless and boastful not knowing that there is a Creator greater than them.

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If you mean a zero with a diagonal line through it, it is the symbol for the empty set which is the set that contains nothing.

It's an "i" with a line between it. It stands for "one".

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If by "arrow" you mean "carat" (>) the carat means "greater than" and if underlined means "greater than or equal to"

It means that one factor is greater than (>) or less than (<) some other factor.

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