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- Math Symbols -
The Most Valuable and
Important Relation Symbols Used:

"Less Than or Equal To"




Background - why math symbols are used. . .

Symbols are a concise way of giving lengthy instructions related to numbers and logic.

Symbols are an invention, not a discovery. They are a communication tool. Symbols are used to eliminate the need to write long, plain language instructions to describe calculations and other processes.



The most valuable, most frequently used Symbols in mathematics . . .

          The most important, most frequently used Relation symbols 
          are listed below.  

          
Relation Symbols - click symbol    





          Math - Proportionality Sign     Math - Ratio (Division)     Math - Equal Sign     Math - Not Equal to (inequality)     
          Math - Not Equal to (inequality)     Math - Greater Than (inequality)     Math - Less Than (inequality)     Math - Much Greater Than (inequality)
          Math - Much Less Than (inequality)     Math - Greater Than or Equal to (Inequality Symbol)     Math - Less Than or Equal to (Inequality Symbol)     Math - Approximately Equal Sign
          Math - Similarity Sign     Math - Congruent
		  
		  
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Math - Less Than or Equal to (Inequality Symbol) Less Than or Equal To (Inequality Symbol)
Example 1: Math - Less Than or Equal To (Inequality Symbol) , Value "B" is less than or equal to value "A" (used interchangeably with the Less Than or Equal to (Inequality Symbol) ) B is less than or equal to A
Example 2: Math - Less Than or Equal To (Inequality Symbol) , 22 is less than or equal to 25 22 is less than or equal to 25
Example 3: Math - Less Than or Equal To (Inequality Symbol) , 25 is less than or equal to 25 25 is less than or equal to 25



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