Here's something which always manages to throw me in doubt.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

When one defines a function f to be greater than or equal to (or strictly greater) some other function g,

So f >= g / f > g over some interval [a,b] simply speaking.

Does this mean that for any value x in [a,b] : f(x) >= g(x)?

OR

f(x) >= g(y) , for any x in [a,b] and for any y in [a,b] ?

Any insight will be highly appreciated, I'd like to clear this issue once and for all.

Thank you very much!

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# F >= g function definition

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