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Order Relation

Trichotomy Law Transitivity of Order Relation

Explanation

By Order Relation, we refer to as

    Is Greater Than,

which is also represented with a Symbols ' > '

In a given situation of two Natural Number a and b, with the Order Relation
denoted by symbol ' > ' , there we can have :

Either
a > b or;
b > a

For instance :


5 is greater than 3      or       5 > 3
13 is greater than 7      or       13 > 7
22 is greater than 11      or       22 > 11
100 is greater than 50      or       100 > 50
231 is greater than 123      or       231 > 123


Following Topics are also important to understand (Links available above):-

1). Trichotomy Law

2). Transitivity of the Order Relation

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