OK, so you want one copy of “The Albany Herald”. Your order will come to o> $2.06.
It's an Inequality, or a mathematical sentence indicating 2 values are not equal. You use them when you are unsure of the exact value of a number, and since I am not sure that this is all you want, I said that, no matter what, your order will be more than $2.06, since that is a newspaper without tax.
OK, so the "o" is a variable, representing the unknown value of my total order.
Thank you, bye!
Here's your food. Your total will be t>$5.75.
I actually understand that! You mean that, if I got more food or added tax, then my order would be more than $5.75.