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A strict inequality is an inequality which does not permit the possibility of equality.

That is, an inequality of the form:

$a < b$
$a > b$

Member of Inequality

Let $\RR$ be an inequality.

Let $a \mathrel \RR b$.

Then both $a$ and $b$ are referred to as members of the inequality $\RR$.

Also see

  • Results about inequalities can be found here.