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September 19, 2014

Posted by on x < 0 > y

Now in the above expression 0 is always greater than the any value of x and y.

There are following four chances generates between x and y:

x=y(both=-n) [both are equals, but less than zero]

x!y(-m,-n) [both are not equal, but less than zero]

x><y(when -m!-n) [either one is big or other]

x<>y(when –m!-n)[either one is less or other]

When you understand how to write an mathematical expression that is “True for all the numerical” that means You are working with CAS.** Computer Algebraic SystemÂ **