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    Someone explain this to me! For the past 10 years of my life i have not been able to understand it ;(
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    (Original post by Federerr)
    Someone explain this to me! For the past 10 years of my life i have not been able to understand it ;(
    for what, maths?
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    (Original post by subwayislife)
    for what, maths?
    Maths, computing and everything to do with the evil <> SYMBOLS!!!
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    (Original post by Federerr)
    Maths, computing and everything to do with the evil <> SYMBOLS!!!
    basicallyyyy

    if you had x<5>y, x is less than 5, 5 is greater than x, 5 is smaller than y and y is greater than 5

    LOL bit confusing soz
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    anything on the pointy side is smaller<anything on the open side is greater
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    (Original post by subwayislife)
    basicallyyyy

    if you had x<5>y, x is less than 5, 5 is greater than x, 5 is smaller than y and y is greater than 5

    LOL bit confusing soz
    I still can't comprehend that.

    Explain this too me:

    QuantityLeft < Reorder Level
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    The crocodile eats the bigger number
    -My KS3 maths teacher
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    (Original post by Federerr)
    I still can't comprehend that.

    Explain this too me:

    QuantityLeft < Reorder Level
    you wot i am not that clever my thinking does not exceed beyond the greater levels my apologies
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    but google got me here: The basic formula for the reorder point is to multiply the average daily usage rate for an inventory item by the lead time in days to replenish it
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    Not sure if srs but:

    When I was younger, I imagined them as crocodiles - wherever the crocodile "faced" is the bigger side, ie

    x>y: x is greater than y; x<y: y is greater than x
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    (Original post by 13 1 20 8 42)
    The crocodile eats the bigger number
    -My KS3 maths teacher
    That is a mad explanation! <3
 
 
 
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