In Python, you can compare numbers using the “bigger or equal” operator (`>=`

). This operator is used to check if one number is greater than or equal to another number. Here’s an example:

```
a = 5
b = 3
if a >= b:
print("a is bigger than or equal to b")
else:
print("a is smaller than b")
```

In this example, the variables `a`

and `b`

store the numbers 5 and 3, respectively. The `>=`

operator is used to compare `a`

and `b`

. If `a`

is greater than or equal to `b`

, the condition `a >= b`

evaluates to `True`

, and the message “a is bigger than or equal to b” is printed. Otherwise, if `a`

is smaller than `b`

, the condition evaluates to `False`

, and the message “a is smaller than b” is printed.

You can modify the values of `a`

and `b`

to compare different numbers using the “bigger or equal” operator in your Python code.

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