The original question:
On March 2, 2019, I scored 200 reputation and I was not "tracked in the leagues".
On March 4, 2019, I got two new points, so now I have 202 reputation points and I am "tracked in the leagues" now.
My case shows that to be "tracked in the leagues" we must have "over 200 reputation points", not "at least 200 reputation points", as it is written for example here:
So "users with less than 200 reputation points are not tracked in the leagues" (<200) should means "users with at least 200 reputation points are tracked in the leagues" (>=200), isn't it?
Is this what it should be like, or maybe I misunderstand something?
Update after receiving negative points:
I think there is a misunderstanding here...
I want to explain that I understand perfectly well that people who have a reputation less than 200 are not tracked in the leagues, and people who have a reputation above 200 are tracked in the leagues.
I also understand the phrases "less than" and "at least" and the fact that they are opposites and the fact that the opposite of "less than" is "greater than or equal" NOT ONLY "greater than"... This is obvious to me.
I only notice that the statements contained on the Stack Exchange pages show that users which have 200 reputation points should be tracked in the leagues (look at the red frame on the above screenshot), but in my experience, it is not...
I don't insist that this is how it should be. It just seems to be incorrectly.
I think that many people may have doubts like me.
If I'm wrong, I'm asking for an explanation in the answer. But if I'm right, I've noticed the inconsistency in Stack Exchange, which may be important for many thousands of users who have exactly 200 reputations.
I do it with care for the Stack Exchange and its community, and the community gives me a lot of negative points for it... I do not understand it a bit.