|Symbol||Meanings||Example in Symbols|
|>||Greater Than More Than Bigger Than Larger Than||-4 > -7|
|<||Less Than Fewer Than Smaller Than||-7 < -4|
|=||Equal To Same As||-7 = -7|
People also ask, which fraction is bigger 2 3 or 3 4?
The LCD for the fractions 3/4 and 2/3 is 12 because both denominators 4 and 3 divide evenly into 12. Once each fraction is renamed with a common denominator, you can compare the numerators - the larger the numerator the larger the fraction. Since 3/4 is greater than 2/3, you will select the > symbol.
Which is bigger hundredths or thousandths?
Just like whole numbers, this pattern continues through tenths, hundredths, thousandths and many more! The tenths column is the biggest in value after the decimal point. So if we're comparing decimals, the larger one will be the one with the largest number in the tenths column, regardless of what numbers are after it.
What are the signs for greater than and less than?
All The Symbols
|=||equals||1 + 1 = 2|
|≠||not equal to||1 + 1 ≠ 1|
|>||greater than||5 > 2|
|<||less than||7 < 9|