Gray, Gary L
euler at psu.edu
Wed Jun 3 19:42:37 CEST 2020
It is in the AMS symbol package as \gtrless.
On Jun 3, 2020, at 1:26 PM, Fernando Gouvea <fqgouvea at colby.edu<mailto:fqgouvea at colby.edu>> wrote:
I am looking at a mathematics paper from 1894 and found that the author uses stacked > and < to denote inequality and incongruence:
Any change someone has created that symbol for LaTeX?
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