Inequality

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Inequality is when one object is:

  • smaller than the other (\ a<b means that a is smaller than b)
  • bigger than the other (\ a>b means that a is bigger than b)
  • not smaller than the other (a\geq b means that a is not smaller than b, that is, it is either bigger, or equal to b)
  • not bigger than the other (a\leq b means that a is not bigger than b, or it is smaller or equal to b)

Inequality is sometimes used to name a statement that one expression is smaller, greater, not smaller or not greater than the other.

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