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andrea408

HELP! what does this symbol ( μ ) mean in geometry? a) greater than ? b)lesser than? c) equal to or greater than? d)not equal to ?

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  1. zordoloom
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    It means micrometer or micron.

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  2. zordoloom
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    It's denoted as 10^-6. Its a very small measurement.

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  3. andrea408
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    a) greater than ? b)lesser than? c) equal to or greater than? d)not equal to ?

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  4. andrea408
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    those are my options

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  5. zordoloom
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    Is there more info?

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  6. andrea408
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    there is grapes on one side and a banana on the other and the symbol in the middle

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  7. andrea408
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    thats it .. ?

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  8. zordoloom
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    Huh, are you sure that specific symbol was in between?

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  9. zordoloom
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    It might help if you wrote out the exact question.

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  10. andrea408
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    what is the meaning of μ ?

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  11. zordoloom
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    μ is a measurement of something.

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  12. andrea408
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    is not greater than ? or lesser than ? anything ?

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  13. andrea408
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    i want to show you the picture

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  14. andrea408
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    a) greater than ? b)lesser than? c) equal to or greater than? d)not equal to ?

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  15. beehive
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    andrea408 take a picture and post it here, that would give a better answer to zordolooms question

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  16. UnkleRhaukus
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    x>y x is greater than y x<y x is less than y x≥y x is greater than or equal to y x≠y x is not equal to y

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  17. andrea408
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    so what does this symbol mean ? μ

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  18. andrea408
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    a) greater than b)lesser than c) equal to or greater than d)not equal to

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  19. Dido525
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    None of them. μ means microns or the coefficient of friction.

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  20. andrea408
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    thats weird because its not one of my options

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  21. andrea408
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    the picture shows a bunch on grapes on one side of the symbol and a banana on the other side

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  22. beehive
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    grapes greater than the banana G>B

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  23. Dido525
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    Could you take a picture and post it here? Or draw it out?

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  24. andrea408
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    the grapes are larger then the banana so im guessing that its greater then ?

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  25. beehive
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    That is the only thing that makes sense here.

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  26. beehive
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    yes

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  27. UnkleRhaukus
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    mu ( µ ) is not a standard geometry symbol

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  28. andrea408
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    well lets see if its right

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  29. andrea408
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    no it wasnt right :(

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  30. beehive
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    sorry then, it's hard to see a picture you are trying to describe. It's like i've not met that problem before.

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  31. UnkleRhaukus
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    ive never seen grapes that are larger then a banana

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  32. andrea408
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    well thanks guys :D

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  33. Dido525
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    Them genetics...

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