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Anonymous
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What does it mean when an Inequality has two lines under the greater or less than sign?
Felipe Delgado
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It means that it is equal to or the same as. It looks different than the one with just one line under the inequality symbol, but they mean the same thing.

Anonymous
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Im pretty sure it means equal too

Anonymous
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When an inequality has two lines under the greater then or less than sign, it is still less than or equal to or greater than or equal to. The extra line just further expresses that it is an equal to inequality.

Mahesh Godavarti
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Less than or equal to can be denoted either by \leq or \overset{\lt}{=} . Both mean the same thing.