Inequality means that two things are not equal. In terms of math, inequality is the relationship between two objects. A mathematical equation of inequality uses the less than, greater than or not equal to symbols.

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in·e·qual·i·ty

[in-i-kwol-i-tee]

NOUN
[PLURAL IN·E·QUAL·I·TIES.]

1.

the condition of being unequal; lack of equality; disparity: inequality of size.

2.

social disparity: inequality between the rich and the poor.

3.

disparity or relative inadequacy in natural endowments: a startling inequality of intellect, talents, and physical stamina.

4.

injustice; partiality.

5.

unevenness, as of surface.

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