#1**0 **

I > M > n should be pretty obvious....but let's just pick some numbers to put in there...

I = 10 M = 5 then I > M because 10 > 5

Now suppose we pick '2' for n then M>n because 5>2

Now what do you find for the relationship between I and n ? I =10 n = 2

ElectricPavlov Dec 10, 2019

#2**+3 **

Its similar to if a = b and b = c, then a = c. If I is greater than M and M is greater than N, than N is less than all other variables, so N

Think about it on a number line:

I is going to be the furthest to the right, then M, then finally, N.

N M I

low<------------------------------>high

does this fulfill our requirements? I is greater than M, M is greater than N. So, therefore, by looking at this, we can determine that N is less than I.

Darry Dec 10, 2019