# inequality definition

• noun:
• The condition of becoming unequal.
• An instance of being unequal.
• decreased equivalence, at the time of possibility, treatment, or condition.
• Social or financial disparity: the developing inequality between wealthy and bad.
• insufficient smoothness or regularity; unevenness.
• Variability; changeability.
• math An algebraic relation showing that a quantity is more than or under another volume.
• Astronomy A deviation from uniformity into the movement of a celestial human anatomy.
• An unfair, perhaps not equal, condition.
• A statement that two amounts you're specifically lower than (or greater than) another. Sign: or ≥, as appropriate.
• the standard of being unequal; difference, or lack of equality, in any way; insufficient uniformity; disproportion; unevenness; disparity; diversity
• Unevenness; lack of levelness; the switch rising and falling of a surface
• Variableness; changeableness; inconstancy; not enough smoothness or equability; deviation; unsteadiness, as of the elements, feelings, etc.
• a manifestation comprising two unequal quantities, using indication of inequality (> or <) between them.
• An irregularity, or a deviation, within the motion of a planet or satellite from its consistent mean motion; the total amount of these types of deviation.
• not enough equivalence in character or characteristics; unlikeness between things of the same sort; variety; disparity: as, inequality in size, figures, etc.; the inequality associated with the hands.
• not enough equality in the state or condition of an individual or thing; want of uniformity of connection, level, area, etc.; variation or adjustable ness; unevenness: as, inequalities of temperament; inequalities of ranking or fortune; inequalities of this planet's area.
• Injustice; partiality.
• In astronomy, the deviation when you look at the motion of a planet or satellite from its uniform mean mo tion.
• In algebra, an expression of two unequal quantities connected by either of the signs of inequality ⟩ or ⟨; thus, a ⟩ b, signifying that a is greater than b, and a ⟨ b, signifying that a is less than b, are inequalities.
• insufficient equivalence

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