Thank you, A < x < B = A is less than x and x is less than B/ A is less than x and B/ A and x are less than B. Are they correct? 'x is between A and B' is not so clear to me. I don't know which is greater and less.A < B = A is less than B
A > B = A is greater than B
A < x < B = x is between A and B
Thank you, Cagey. I think this is better, clearer and more understandable. I would prefer this one.I would read this one: "x is greater than A and less than B."
Brioche's suggested "between" means the same thing, but in contexts in which we use these symbols, I have always heard it read out formally.
Sure, this may be the case in informal writing. For example, in my personal notebook, I might write any of the following:more than,higher than , less than
It depends on what you are measuring. My Canadian teacher were saying more than and less than generally.
But I'm not sure if I remember correctly