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# Is 80oz greater or less than 5lbs?

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No because they are both the same weights as 5lbs = 80oz
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# What are the greater than less than symbols?

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# What are the signs for less than and greater than?

  Less than <   Greater than >

# What are the symbols for greater and less than?

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# Less than or greater than signs?

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# What is greater and less than?

It is equivalent to "is not equal to".
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# What is greater than and less than in Excel?

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# Which is bigger 80oz or 5lb?

They are equivalent.
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# What are the greater than less then signs?

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