In mathematics, an inequality is a relation which makes a non-equal comparison between two numbers or other mathematical expressions. It is used most often to compare two numbers on the number line by their size. There are several different notations used to represent different kinds of inequalities:

- The notation a < b means that a is less than b.
- The notation a > b means that a is greater than b.

**Inequalities Symbols and their LaTeX Code :**

TERM | SYMBOL | LATEX |
---|---|---|

Less than | < | |

Greater than | > | |

Less than equal to | \leq | |

Less than with complete equal to sign | \leqq | |

Less than equal to slant | \leqslant | |

Less than similar to | \lesssim | |

Less than approximate | \lessapprox | |

Preceeds | \prec | |

Preceeds and equal to | \preceq | |

Less than greater than | \lessgtr | |

Less than equal to greater than | \lesseqgtr | |

Greater than equal to | \geq | |

Greater than with complete equal to sign | \geqq | |

Greater than equal to slant | \geqslant | |

Greater than similar to | \gtrsim | |

Greater than approximate to | \gtrapprox | |

Succeeds | \succ | |

Succeeds and equal to | \succeq | |

Succeeds and similar to | \succsim | |

Not less than | \nless | |

Not greater than | \ngtr | |

Not less than equal to | \nleq | |

Not greater than equal to | \ngeq | |

Less than not equal to | \lneq | |

Greater than not equal to | \gneq | |

Not less than equal to slant | \nleqslant | |

Not greater than equal to slant | \ngeqslant | |

Lesser lesser than | \ll | |

Triple lesser than | \lll | |

Greater greater than | \gg | |

Triple greater than | \ggg |

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