# What does the ≠ sign mean?

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## What does the ≠ sign mean?

Unequal, Not Equal To. Some white supremacists have adopted the mathematical sign “≠” (Not Equal or Not Equal To) as a white supremacist symbol. The use of this symbol is an attempt to claim that different races are not equal to each other (and to imply that the white race is superior).

### What is the equal sign with a squiggle on top?

Congruent means exactly equal in size and shape. In mathematics, line segments, angles, triangles, and other figures can be congruent. The symbol for congruent is a tilde above the equals sign.

#### What are the different equal signs?

Basic math symbols

Symbol | Symbol Name | Meaning / definition |
---|---|---|

= | equals sign | equality |

≠ | not equal sign | inequality |

≈ | approximately equal | approximation |

> | strict inequality | greater than |

**How do I get the unequal sign on my keyboard?**

You can press the Alt key in combination with numbers on the numeric keypad to insert the not equal to sign. To insert the not equal to symbol in a Word document using Alt: Position the cursor where you want to insert the not equal to symbol. Press Alt + 8800 on the numeric keypad.

**What symbol means approximately?**

Approximately Symbol (≈)

## What is the number name of 7?

Number Name 1 to 50 in English

1 = One | 11 = Eleven | 41 = Forty-one |
---|---|---|

7 = Seven | 17 = Seventeen | 47 = Forty-seven |

8 = Eight | 18 = Eighteen | 48 = Forty-eight |

9 = Nine | 19 = Nineteen | 49 = Forty-nine |

10 = Ten | 20 = Twenty | 50 = Fifty |

### How do you type an unequal sign on a Mac?

Press the Option key + = Mac hotkey to enter the does not equal symbol in documents.

#### What is the greater than or equal to symbol used for?

The greater than or equal to symbol is used to represent inequality in math. It tells us that the given variable is either greater than or equal to a particular value. For example, if x ≥ 3 is given, it means that x is either greater than or equal to 3. It defines a range of values that x can take which starts from 3 and goes up till infinity.

**What is the difference between ‘lesser than’ and ‘is equal to’?**

“lesser than” symbol is used to show that one quantity is lesser than the other quantity. “is equal to” symbol is used to show that two quantities are equal. What if we have to say that some quantity is either greater than or equal to a number? Let us consider this example.

**What is greater than or equal to 22?**

“Greater than or equal to”, as the suggests, means something is either greater than or equal to another thing. “Greater than or equal to” is represented by the symbol ” ≥ ≥ “. This symbol is nothing but the “greater than” symbol with a sleeping line under it. We know that 88 is greater than 22