Enhance your comparisons with precision using Comparison Symbols! Explore a diverse collection of symbols that convey relationships, differences, and similarities. From greater-than signs to equal symbols, these symbols add clarity to your comparisons. Elevate your visual communication with the nuanced language of Comparison Symbols.

Less-than Sign

<

Greater-than Sign

>

Less-than With Dot

⋖

Greater-than With Dot

⋗

Very Much Less-than

⋘

Very Much Greater-than

⋙

Less-than or Equal To

≤

Greater-than or Equal To

≥

Equal to or Less-than

⋜

Equal to or Greater-than

⋝

Less-than Over Equal To

≦

Greater-than Over Equal To

≧

Less-than but Not Equivalent To

⋦

Greater-than but Not Equivalent To

⋧

Less-than but Not Equal To

≨

Greater-than but Not Equal To

≩

Less-than Equal to or Greater-than

⋚

Greater-than Equal to or Less-than

⋛

Normal Subgroup Of

⊲

Contains as Normal Subgroup

⊳

Normal Subgroup of or Equal To

⊴

Contains as Normal Subgroup or Equal To

⊵

Not Normal Subgroup Of

⋪

Does Not Contain as Normal Subgroup

⋫

Not Normal Subgroup of or Equal To

⋬

Does Not Contain as Normal Subgroup or Equal

⋭

Precedes Under Relation

⊰

Succeeds Under Relation

⊱

Equal to or Precedes

⋞

Equal to or Succeeds

⋟

Precedes but Not Equivalent To

⋨

Succeeds but Not Equivalent To

⋩

Does Not Precede or Equal

⋠

Does Not Succeed or Equal

⋡

Square Image of or Not Equal To

⋤

Square Original of or Not Equal To

⋥

Not Square Image of or Equal To

⋢

Not Square Original of or Equal To

⋣

Equals Sign

=

Not Equal To

≠

Minus Tilde

≂

Asymptotically Equal To

≃

Not Asymptotically Equal To

≄

Approximately Equal To

≅

Neither Approximately nor Actually Equal To

≇

Approximately but Not Actually Equal To

≆

Almost Equal To

≈

Not Almost Equal To

≉

Almost Equal or Equal To

≊

Triple Tilde

≋

All Equal To

≌

Equivalent To

≍

Geometrically Equivalent To

≎

Difference Between

≏

Approaches the Limit

≐

Geometrically Equal To

≑

Approximately Equal to or the Image Of

≒

Image of or Approximately Equal To

≓

Colon Equals

≔

Equals Colon

≕

Ring in Equal To

≖

Ring Equal To

≗

Corresponds To

≘

Estimates

≙

Equiangular To

≚

Star Equals

≛

Delta Equal To

≜

Equal to by Definition

≝

Measured By

≞

Questioned Equal To

≟

Identical To

≡

Not Identical To

≢

Strictly Equivalent To

≣

Equal and Parallel To

⋕

Double Subset

⋐

Double Superset

⋑

Pitchfork

⋔

Element of With Long Horizontal Stroke

⋲

Element of With Vertical Bar at End of Horizontal Stroke

⋳

Small Element of With Vertical Bar at End of Horizontal Stroke

⋴

Element of With Dot Above

⋵

Element of With Overbar

⋶

Small Element of With Overbar

⋷

Element of With Underbar

⋸

Element of With Two Horizontal Strokes

⋹

Contains With Long Horizontal Stroke

⋺

Contains With Vertical Bar at End of Horizontal Stroke

⋻

Small Contains With Vertical Bar at End of Horizontal Stroke

⋼

Contains With Overbar

⋽

Small Contains With Overbar

⋾

Z Notation Bag Membership

⋿

Comparison Symbols provide users with a set of clear symbols, such as greater-than (>), less-than (<), and equal (=), aiding in the precise representation of relationships, differences, and similarities within content.

Incorporating these symbols enhances visual differentiation, allowing users to clearly communicate distinctions and comparisons between elements, making content more comprehensible and engaging.

Users can employ these symbols to express precise comparisons, whether in mathematical equations, data analysis, or conceptual illustrations, ensuring accuracy in conveying relationships and differences.

Comparison Symbols add impact to comparisons, highlighting key points and aiding in the creation of visually compelling content that effectively communicates nuanced relationships and distinctions.

Whether used in educational materials, data visualizations, or design projects, Comparison Symbols offer a universally understood visual language for expressing comparisons, contributing to effective and engaging communication in diverse contexts.