What is the difference between > and #>=#?

1 Answer
Apr 8, 2017

Answer:

The first means all values greater (on the left) – but NOT including the value on the right. The second notation means that you also include the indicated value in the range.

Explanation:

When graphing, the first one is shown by a dotted line at the right-hand value, and the second one is shown by a solid line.