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## What does ≤ mean?

The symbol ≤ means **less than or equal to**. The symbol ≥ means greater than or equal to. via

## What inequality is at least?

At least indicates **greater than or equal**. More than indicates the > > >-symbol. Distinguish between less than ( < < <) and less than or equal ( ≤ le ≤). via

## What does this sign mean in inequality?

An inequality **compares two values**, showing if one is less than, greater than, or simply not equal to another value. a ≠ b says that a is not equal to b. a < b says that a is less than b. a > b says that a is greater than b. (those two are known as strict inequality) via

## What does ≥ mean in an inequality?

An inequality is a mathematical relationship between two expressions and is represented using one of the following: ≤: "less than or equal to" ≥: "**greater than or equal to**" via

## What does the wiggly line mean?

A tilde is a character on a keyboard that looks like a wavy line (~). The tilde has other uses as well. It is a **diacritical mark** in other languages, such as Portuguese, but it is also used in logic and math. When you put a tilde before a number, for example, you're saying that the number is approximate. via

## What are the 5 inequality symbols?

These inequality symbols are: **less than (<), greater than (>), less than or equal (≤), greater than or equal (≥)** and the not equal symbol (≠). via

## Is no less than inequality?

The same is true for "not less than" and a ≮ b. The notation a ≠ b means that a is not equal to b, and is sometimes considered a form of strict inequality. It does not say that one is greater than the other; it does not even require a and b to be member of an ordered set. via

## What is the meaning of inequality give two examples?

The definition of inequality is a difference in size, amount, quality, social position or other factor. An example of inequality is **when you have ten of something and someone else has none**. The quality of being unequal; lack of equality. via

## What are examples of inequality?

The major examples of social inequality include **income gap, gender inequality, health care, and social class**. In health care, some individuals receive better and more professional care compared to others. They are also expected to pay more for these services. via

## What are some real life examples of inequalities?

Think about the following situations: **speed limits on the highway, minimum payments on credit card bills, number of text messages you can send each month from your cell phone, and the amount of time it will take to get from home to school**. All of these can be represented as mathematical inequalities. via

## What are the 3 different types of inequality?

**There are three main types of economic inequality:**

## How do you do an inequality? (video)

## What is the * called?

In English, the symbol * is generally called **asterisk**. In software applications, the asterisk is often used as a wildcard symbol. In any kind of text, the asterisk can be used to provide additional information about (a) specific word(s) of the text. via

## What are the () called?

The most familiar of these symbols is probably the ( ), called **parentheses**. Fun fact: one of them is called a parenthesis, and as a pair, the plural are parentheses. Outside of the US, these can be called round brackets. via

## What is called in email?

**at sign** (address sign or @)

On the Internet, @ (pronounced "at" or "at sign" or "address sign") is the symbol in an E-mail address that separates the name of the user from the user's Internet address, as in this hypothetical e-mail address example: [email protected] via

## What is squiggly symbol called?

**Te tilde (~ , pronounced TILL-duh or TILL-dee and sometimes called a "twiddle" or a "squiggle")** is a special character found on most keyboards and used in a wide range of IT-related applications, including mathematics, programming, file systems, directories and URL addressing. via

## What is the line above the ñ called?

Answer: It's called **a tilde**. Around the 12th century, Spanish scribes, in part to save paper, placed the tilde over a letter to indicate that it was doubled. As time passed, the mark was only used over the letter “n”; eventually, the ñ became an actual letter of the Spanish alphabet. via

## What is Ñ called in English?

Ñ, ñ (called **eñe or N with a tilde**) is a grapheme used in Spanish and in several other languages using the Roman alphabet to indicate the sound which in the International Phonetic Alphabet is written [ɲ], corresponding approximately to the ny in English canyon. via

## Is a true inequality?

**If both sides of an inequality are multiplied or divided by the same positive value, the resulting inequality is true**. If both sides are multiplied or divided by the same negative value, the direction of the inequality changes. via

## How do you use inequality symbols?

## How do you simplify inequalities? (video)

## Which inequality is a true statement?

An inequality is a statement that shows the relationship between two (or more) expressions with one of the following five signs: <, ≤, >, ≥, ≠. Like an equation, an inequality can be true or false. **34 - 12 > 5 + 2 is a true statement**. 1 + 3 < 6 - 2 is a false statement. via

## How do you solve an inequality with two signs? (video)

## What is the solution set to the inequality?

A solution set is **the set of values which satisfy a given inequality**. It means, each and every value in the solution set will satisfy the inequality and no other value will satisfy the inequality. via

## How do you solve inequalities with two variables?

To graph the solution set of an inequality with two variables, first graph the boundary with a **dashed or solid line depending** on the inequality. If given a strict inequality, use a dashed line for the boundary. If given an inclusive inequality, use a solid line. Next, choose a test point not on the boundary. via

## What is inequality explain?

Inequality—**the state of not being equal, especially in status, rights, and opportunities1**—is a concept very much at the heart of social justice theories. However, it is prone to confusion in public debate as it tends to mean different things to different people. Some distinctions are common though. via

## What are the causes of inequality?

**Causes of inequality**

## What is inequality simple?

1 : **the quality of being unequal or uneven**: such as. a : social disparity. b : disparity of distribution or opportunity. c : lack of evenness. via