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# Is x < y? 1) z < y 2) z < x

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Is x < y?

1) z < y
2) z < x
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17 Apr 2006, 20:56
Case I: z < y ==> Nothing can be said about x. So nothing can be said about x and y.
Case I: z < x ==> Nothing can be said about y. So nothing can be said about y and x.

Together: z < y and z < x ==> z < x,y. This does not say anything about the relationship between x and y. We can have x > y or y > x.

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17 Apr 2006, 20:56
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