Greater Than Or Equal To Sign (Copy And Paste)
Greater than or equal to symbol is a unique collection of Slanted, with Dot Inside, with Dot Above, with Dot Above Left, Double Line Greater than or equal symbols black and white and many more. Simply click on any of these greater than or equal to symbol copy and paste it wherever you'd like.
The greater than or equal to means the variable is either greater than or equal to a particular value.
Copy And Paste Greater Than Or Equal To Symbol With Unicode, Alt Code, CSS Code, Dec Code & Hex Code
The Greater than or equal to symbol is a text symbol that can simply copy and paste on any social media, website, emails and any other platform. The table given below shows the name and meaning of the greater than or equal to symbol along with the unicode, alt code, css code, dec code & hex code.
|Greater than or equal to symbol||Symbol Name||Unicode||Alt Code||CSS Code||Dec Code||Hex Code|
|≥||Greater Than or Equal To||U+2265||8805||\2265||≥||≥|
|⩾||Greater Than or Slanted Equal To||U+2A7E||10878||\2A7E||⩾||⩾|
|⪀||Greater Than or Slanted Equal To with Dot Inside||U+2A80||10880||\2A80||⪀||⪀|
|⪂||Greater Than or Slanted Equal To with Dot Above||U+2A82||10882||\2A82||⪂||⪂|
|⪄||Greater Than or Slanted Equal To with Dot Above Left||U+2A84||10884||\2A84||⪄||⪄|
|⫺||Double Line Slanted Greater Than or Equal To||U+2AFA||11002||\2AFA||⫺||⫺|
|⋝||Equal To or Greater Than||U+22DD||8925||\22DD||⋝||⋝|
|⋛||Greater Than Equal To or Less Than||U+22DB||8923||\22DB||⋛||⋛|
|⪖||Slanted Equal To or Greater Than||U+2A96||10902||\2A96||⪖||⪖|
|⋚||Less Than Equal To or Greater Than||U+22DA||8922||\22DA||⋚||⋚|
|⪚||Double Line Equal To or Greater Than||U+2A9A||10906||\2A9A||⪚||⪚|
|⪘||Slanted Equal To or Greater Than with Dot Inside||U+2A98||10904||\2A98||⪘||⪘|
|⪜||Double Line Slanted Equal To or Greater Than||U+2A9C||10908||\2A9C||⪜||⪜|
How to type the greater than or equal to symbol using keyboard?
To type ≥ greater than or equal to symbol using your keyboard, you can use the Alt code within the shortcode area. Here are two instructions for typing the Alt code using your keyboard. Make sure that you switch on the Num Lock on the keyboard and then type the code using the Numpad instead of using the upper row on the keyboard.
Press and hold on the Left Alt Key from your keyboard.
Enter in the Alt code number 8 8 0 5, then release Alt key. After you release the Alt key, the symbol (≥) will show. This method can be applied to different symbol characters too.