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# To find numbers greater than or equal to 500 use which comparison operator?

## Answer

###### Wiki User

###### July 02, 2013 4:30PM

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<> Not equal to
< Less than
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###### Asked in Microsoft Excel, Comparisons

### What are the operator in excel comparason?

Equal to ( = )
Less than ( < )
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Greater than ( > )
Greater than or equal to ( >= )
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### What comparison operator means not equal to in Excel?

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the < and the > beside each other. To see if the values in A1
and A2 are not equal to each other, you can type:
=A1<>A2
or
=Not(A1=A2)
In each case they will either give you TRUE if they are not
equal or FALSE if they are equal, in the cell that you enter the
formula into.