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# Greater than & Less than watch

1. Someone explain this to me! For the past 10 years of my life i have not been able to understand it ;(
2. (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?
3. (Original post by subwayislife)
for what, maths?
Maths, computing and everything to do with the evil <> SYMBOLS!!!
4. (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
5. anything on the pointy side is smaller<anything on the open side is greater
6. (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
7. The crocodile eats the bigger number
-My KS3 maths teacher
8. (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
9. 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
10. 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
11. (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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