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## 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 (≠).

## How do you identify an inequality?

Determine, from looking **at the shaded part of your** graph, whether y is less than x/2 or greater than x/2. You may plug in a point from the shaded part of your graph. For example, suppose that the point (7, 8) is shaded. Because y, in this case, is greater than x/2 (8 > 3.5), your inequality is y > x/2.

## What does this symbol mean ≅?

The symbol ≅ is officially defined as **U+2245 ≅ APPROXIMATELY EQUAL TO**. It may refer to: Approximate equality. Congruence (geometry) Congruence relation.

## What are () called in English?

They can also be used in mathematical expressions. For example, 2{1+[23-3]}=x. **Parentheses** ( () ) are curved notations used to contain further thoughts or qualifying remarks. However, parentheses can be replaced by commas without changing the meaning in most cases.

## What is an example of inequality?

The major examples of social inequality include **income gap, gender inequality, health care**, and social class. … Examples include sex, skin colour, eye shape, place of birth, sexuality, gender identity, parentage and social status of parents.

## What inequality symbol is at most?

The notation **a ≤ b or a ⩽ b** means that a is less than or equal to b (or, equivalently, at most b, or not greater than b).

## How do you use inequality symbols?

**Inequality symbols**

- Equals sign: = The equals sign, symbolized as “=” indicates equality. …
- Not equal to sign: ≠ …
- Greater than sign: > …
- Greater than or equal to sign: ≥ …
- Less than sign: < …
- Less than or equal to sign: ≤