Mathematically, there are different inequalities symbols to represent “greater than or equal to”. However, the ≥ symbol is used in 99 percent of cases. And there is a default \geq command for this symbol.
Symbol | Greater than or equal to |
Type | Inequalities |
Package | asmmath, mathabx |
Command | \geq, \geqslant, …,etc |
Example | \geq → ≥ |
\documentclass{article}
\begin{document}
$$ a \geq b $$
$$ p \geq q $$
\end{document}
Output :
However, for other symbols, you need to use the amsmath and mathabx packages. For example
\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{amsmath,mathabx}
\begin{document}
$$ p \eqslantgtr q $$
$$ p \geqslant q $$
$$ p \geqq q $$
$$ p \gtreqless q $$
\end{document}
Output :
And you can use not symbol with each of the above symbols.
\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{amsmath,mathabx}
\begin{document}
$$ a \ngeq b $$
$$ a \ngeqslant b $$
$$ a \ngeqq b $$
$$ a \gneq b $$
$$ a \gneqq b $$
\end{document}
Output :
With the help of latex, the command of all the symbols related to greater than or equal to is explained in this tutorial. I hope, you have found the answer to your question.