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 Apr 24, 2020
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x is bigger than z   means     x>z     see how the bigger end of '>'   is aimed at 'x' ?

y is smaller than z means  y < z

                                        z>y   see how the smaller end of '>' is pointing at 'y' ?

 

Sorry part of my answer got deleted when I was highlighting,,,, cheeky

 Apr 24, 2020
edited by ElectricPavlov  Apr 24, 2020
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so what will the answer be confused

Guest Apr 24, 2020
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plz tell me what will the answer be

Guest Apr 24, 2020
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Did you read my answer ?????   LOOK at the red highlights?   cheeky

ElectricPavlov  Apr 24, 2020
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I think the answer is C.

Let's use an example. 

z=100

x would equal 105

but, 5 percent less than 105 is 99.75

So, z is bigger than y, smaller than x

 Apr 24, 2020

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