Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

by Jerzy Trzeciak

than

Now $F$ is greater than or equal to $G$. [Not: “greater or equal to $G$”, “greater or equal $G$”, nor “greater or equal than $G$”]

The point is that the operator is now much easier to analyse than is the case in the original setting of the space $B$.

Part of the conclusion is that $F$ moves each $z$ closer to the origin than it was.



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