Comparison is one of the key concepts in mathematics as well as many other scenarios. To help determine the relationship between two variables or objects, a compare symbol is used. The most widely recognized compare symbol is the equal sign (=), which represents equality between two values or expressions. However, there are several other comparison symbols, including greater than (>), less than (<), greater than or equal to (≧), and less than/equal to (≦).

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**Compare Symbol 2024:**

## Symbol |
## Copy & Paste |

≦ |
≦ |

≧ |
≧ |

= |
= |

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**All ****Symbols ****That Can Be Used For Compare:**

=, ≧, >, ≦, ⚖️, ⚖, 🆚, 🔎, **< , **≠, ≃, ≈, ≛, ≚, ≙

## How to Use These Symbols?

Copy and paste the Compare symbol in just one click. Just click on the Compare symbol copy button next to it and insert it anywhere.

## History of the Comparison Symbol

The use of the compare symbol was first seen in ancient civilizations for performing mathematical operations. However, the equal sign (=) was first presented by Welsh mathematician Robert Recorde in the 16th century, and it became famous during the 17th century.

The comparison symbols for greater than (>), and less than (<), were developed by mathematician Thomas Harriot in the late 16th century. Apart from mathematical operations, these signs are an integral part of computer programming and data analysis.

## List of Comparison Symbols and Their Meanings

- = (is equal to)
- ≡ (is defined as)
- ≈ (is roughly equal to)
- < (is less than)
- > (is greater than)
- ≪ (is much less than)
- ≫ (is much greater than)
- ≤ (is less than or equal to)
- ≥ (is greater than or equal to)

## How to Add the Compare Symbol In Word

The MS Office applications have a built-in feature that allows you to add the compare symbol anywhere in your document. Apart from copy pasting the comparison symbols, you can perform the following steps:

- Place the cursor where you want to insert the icon.
- Go to the “Insert” tab in the Ribbon at the top of the screen.
- Click on “Symbol” then go into “More Symbols” at the bottom of the menu.
- Scroll down the list to find the comparison symbol you need, such as the equal sign (=) or greater than (>).