**Less than meaning sign** is usually denoted by in math **< (less than).** When we are given ** numerical numbers less than six,** all **natural number.** We write **mathematically notation < 6**. Number less than mean** 1,2,3,4,5** and when we are given less seven all whole number we write as mathematically sign **< 7** mean all** whole number 0,1,2,3,4,5,6**

**Greater than meaning sign (>):**

Greater than mean, the number are greater > from the given numbers. For example, greater than six mean all natural numbers greater than 6. **In mathematically notation as > 6**. We write these number start from 7 and written as N = 7,8,9,10…………. undefined

**Example:**

(i)5 > 6

(ii) 6 >7

**Less or equal to meaning (≤):**

Less than or equal to means the given number are included. For example, the all natural number less or equal to 6. We write **mathematical sign ≤ 6 means** N= 6,7,8,9…………….undefined.

**Example:**

**(i) 6 ≤ 6, 5, 4 ……..**

**(ii) -1 ≤-1, +1, +2…**.

**Greater or equal to meaning(≥):**

**Greater or equal to** in math the numerical numbers or things of all type include (include means the numbers or things are added). For example, when we are given **all whole number ≥ 3**. Greater or equal to 3 means. W=3,4,5,6…………undefined.

**Example:**

**(i) 6 ≥ 6, 7, 8 ……**

**(ii) -1 ≥ -1, -2, -3……**

**Less than meaning sign (<):**

Less than means, in math, the numbers or things are less than from the given number. For example all integer less than zero we write this in **mathematical sign < 0. Z = -00001,-.0002,-.0003** ……….-1…….-1.5………….. Undefined

**Example:**

**(i) 5 < 7 (ii) 0 < -1 (iii) -1 < -2**

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