The “there exists” operator is represented by the symbol which visually looks like a backwards Capital Latin Letter “E”. It is used in mathematics, especially in logic and set theory, to denote the existence of an element in a particular set. Typically, the notation appears in a statement like this:

In plain language, the statement can be read as “There exists an such that is greater than .” This means that within the set or context we’re considering, there’s at least one element that satisfies the given condition.