Login
Remember
Register
Questions
Hot!
Categories
Ask a Question
Ask a Question
What inequality symbols are used to show "at least" or "no more than"?
0
votes
asked
Sep 21, 2022
in
General Knowledge
by
mia2023
(
289k
points)
What inequality symbols are used to show "at least" or "no more than"?
what
inequality
symbols
Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Your answer
Your name to display (optional):
Email me at this address if my answer is selected or commented on:
Email me if my answer is selected or commented on
Privacy: Your email address will only be used for sending these notifications.
1
Answer
0
votes
answered
Sep 21, 2022
by
mia2023
(
289k
points)
Best answer
Given words:
at least
no more than
Hence, the inequality symbol of at least is ≥ . The word no more than means less than or equal to. In inequality, it denotes by the symbol ≤ . Hence, the inequality symbol of no more than is ≤ .
Your comment on this answer:
Your name to display (optional):
Email me at this address if a comment is added after mine:
Email me if a comment is added after mine
Privacy: Your email address will only be used for sending these notifications.
Welcome to the Answerine , a great place to find, read and share your favorite questions and answers.
Related questions
0
votes
1
answer
Use the following words to fill in the banks below. Words may be used more than once or not at all. Genetic recombination in __[a]_____
asked
Oct 10, 2022
in
General Knowledge
by
iskralawrence
(
773k
points)
0
votes
1
answer
Given a coin which gives heads with probability 1/4 and tails with 3/4. The coin is tossed k times. What is the probability that we get at least k/2 heads is less than or equal to?
asked
Oct 28, 2022
in
General Knowledge
by
iskralawrence
(
773k
points)
0
votes
1
answer
What are the reasons of taking at least three bids/quotations in procurement other than ensuring effective competition?
asked
Nov 6, 2022
in
General Knowledge
by
monikakim
(
557k
points)
0
votes
1
answer
U.S. Treasury bills pay no interest but are sold at a ________. That is, you will pay a lower purchase price than the amount you receive at maturity.
asked
Nov 6, 2022
in
General Knowledge
by
monikakim
(
557k
points)
0
votes
1
answer
Assume that at time 5 no system resources are being used except for the processor and memory. Now consider the following events:
asked
Oct 30, 2022
in
General Knowledge
by
monikakim
(
557k
points)
...