A < B Does this mean that B is better than A?

I saw youtube comments of people discussing what is better, who is stronger, and they used the "<" and ">" symbols, so I was wondering, is this the correct way to look at it?


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Most Helpful Guy

  • Yes. B is better than A.
    Look, I'll teach you an easy way to learn.
    ●A = B
    The space between the lines is equal on both sides (on A's side and on B's side) so, they're equal
    ●A > B
    The space between the lines on A's side is greater than the B's side (which have it joint) so, A is better/greater.
    ●A < B
    The space between the lines on B's side is greater than the A's side so, B is better/greater than A

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What Girls Said 4

  • Usually, yes

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  • Yeah, that means B is greater than A.

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  • Yes <B is greater than A

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  • I don't know honestly, that's a hard question

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What Guys Said 8

  • Yes. The way we were taught in school was it's Pacman's mouth, and Pacman always wants to eat the bigger/greater thing, so his mouth is turned towards it about to bite!

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  • Yeah it's a mathematical symbol for greater than.
    This is elementary school shit so not surprising you have forgotten.

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  • Alligator mouth eats bigger value, come on that was grade school!

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  • B is greater than A, A is less than B, B holds a knife and stabs A, Pac Man eats B because he is the more satisfying morsel, however u wanna look at it!

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  • the alligator is going to eat b, so b is better

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  • Yes B for brilliant and A for ass.

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  • I use them like that, yes. When I say "green > blue" that'd mean that I prefer green to blue.

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  • You will know when you get a B grade.

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