We Have Today's Final Jeopardy Answer — A Symbolic Symbol

Jamie Lerner - Author

Mar. 24 2023, Updated 8:21 a.m. ET

Between Amy Schneider, Matt Amodio, and Mattea Roach, the last season of Jeopardy! was historic. We're here to share each day's Final Jeopardy clue and answer for the new season.

The Final Jeopardy question is typically when all three contestants face a dilemma: Bet it all or play it safe. For many historic players such as Ken Jennings, James Holzhauer, and recently Amy, the Final Jeopardy question was their downfall.

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One of the best parts of Jeopardy! is playing along at home. Since we don't all boast Jeopardy!-level knowledge, it's fun to figure out the Final Jeopardy question before each episode airs.

On March 24, 2023, returning champion Alec Chao faces off against editor Tamara Ghattas and test engineer Michael Murphy.

Here's the clue and answer to the March 24 Final Jeopardy.

Late 'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek
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What's the answer to the Final Jeopardy for March 24, 2023? The category is "Symbols."

Clue: In math, it's a rotated V; in society, it's a feeling of some marginalized or underrepresented people.

Answer: less-than

In math, less-than is a rotated V; in society, less-than is a feeling of some marginalized or underrepresented people.

Many of us may not remember our early days, but there are some symbols in math class that we can never forget. We learned early on that > means greater-than and < means less-than. An example of the less-than symbol in use would be a statement such as 3 < 5, which means that three is less than five.

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L is for "Less Than"
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In mathematics, the less-than and greater-than symbols denote inequality. So it's only fitting that to feel less-than is also representative of inequality, but in this case, we refer to inequality in society. This is because some people have literally less than others, and often end up underrepresented and marginalized because of this, which is one of the many faults of modern-day society.

Be sure to tune in to Jeopardy! every weeknight on your local station for more fun trivia.

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