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How can we write the reverse of "inclusion" in Latex style? Like in the second statement here?

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\supseteq.

\documentclass{article}

\begin{document}

$ A \subseteq B $ or $ B \supseteq A $.
        
\end{document} 

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Both '\supset' and '\supseteq' can be used for the backwards of inclusion symbol in LaTeX, which stands for "superset" or "containing set".

$ A \subseteq B $ .

  $ B \supseteq A $.
  
  $A \subset B$.
  
  $B \supset A$.

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