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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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In Mathematics, zero is less than eight. On a number line where you have negative numbers to the left, zero in the middle, and positive numbers to the right, and number to the right of the other number is considered the greater number. That is, it is greater than any number to the left of it. This is the convention. It is as if more of something is coming into existence as you move to the right. This may defy the idea of the length of a vector on a graft but there you have it. Numbers to the right are considered "the greater."

Sep 01, 2017 | Hard Computers & Internet

Greater than -5, means infinitely close to -5, but greater than it, so it is on the right hand side of it. On a number line, we indicate this with an open circle at -5.

Less than or equal to 5 means 5 and everything less than 5. On a number line, we indicate this by drawing a circle at 5 and filling it in.

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Sorry, I couldn't find a filled in circle to be the same size as the capital o;)

Good luck,

Paul

Less than or equal to 5 means 5 and everything less than 5. On a number line, we indicate this by drawing a circle at 5 and filling it in.

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Sorry, I couldn't find a filled in circle to be the same size as the capital o;)

Good luck,

Paul

Dec 08, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

In mathematics, if there are 2 numbers being looked at as an inequality, the **greater**-**than** symbol usually goes in between the two and symbolizes that the first number is **greater than** the second number (For example: 4 > 2, or 102 > 100).

### Greater-than sign - Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/**Greater**-**than**_sign
greater than less than or equal than Google Search

Dec 01, 2016 | Computers & Internet

This is 'greater than' >, eg X is greater than 3......... X > 3

This is 'less than' <, eg Y is less than 3......... Y < 3

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This is 'less than' <, eg Y is less than 3......... Y < 3

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Feb 25, 2013 | Wine & Spirits

{: ) When an A/C mode is selected, the A/C control head or the A/C programmer supplies a 12 volt signal to the PCM A/C request input. The A/C compressor clutch relay is controlled by the PCM. The PCM provides a ground path for the A/C relay coil. When the A/C compressor relay is engaged battery voltage is supplied to the compressor clutch coil. The PCM will enable the A/C compressor clutch whenever the engine is running and the A/C has been requested unless one or more of the following conditions are present:

Throttle angle greater than 90 %.

• A/C head pressure greater than 414 psi (4.27 volts) or less than 34 psi (0.35 volt) (as determined by the A/C refrigerant pressure sensor). • Ignition 1 voltage below 10.5 volts. • Engine speed greater than 4500 RPM for longer than 5 seconds. • Engine speed greater then 5400 RPM for any amount of time. • ECT greater than 125°C (257°F). • IAT less than 5°C (41°F). • Throttle angle is greater than 90%. • A/C head pressure is greater than 414 psi (4.27 volts) or less than 34 psi (0.35 volt) (as determined by the A/C refrigerant pressure sensor). • Ignition 1 voltage is below 10.5 volts. • Engine speed is greater than 4500 RPM for longer than 5 seconds. • Engine speed is greater then 5400 RPM for any amount of time. • ECT is greater than 125°C (257°F). • IAT is less than 5°C (41°F). Any of the conditions described above will inhibit A/C compressor relay operation.

A scan tool can control a/c operation without regards to the prevailing parameters that can inhibit its functions. Remember that the scan tool is a very effective diagnostic tool.

In this case, the scan tool was able to control a/c, which is an indication that the PCM is communicating, and that circuit 459 going to the relay and then to the a/c compressor are normally functional. You need to check now if the sensor input signals are within the specified ranges.

Throttle angle greater than 90 %.

• A/C head pressure greater than 414 psi (4.27 volts) or less than 34 psi (0.35 volt) (as determined by the A/C refrigerant pressure sensor). • Ignition 1 voltage below 10.5 volts. • Engine speed greater than 4500 RPM for longer than 5 seconds. • Engine speed greater then 5400 RPM for any amount of time. • ECT greater than 125°C (257°F). • IAT less than 5°C (41°F). • Throttle angle is greater than 90%. • A/C head pressure is greater than 414 psi (4.27 volts) or less than 34 psi (0.35 volt) (as determined by the A/C refrigerant pressure sensor). • Ignition 1 voltage is below 10.5 volts. • Engine speed is greater than 4500 RPM for longer than 5 seconds. • Engine speed is greater then 5400 RPM for any amount of time. • ECT is greater than 125°C (257°F). • IAT is less than 5°C (41°F). Any of the conditions described above will inhibit A/C compressor relay operation.

A scan tool can control a/c operation without regards to the prevailing parameters that can inhibit its functions. Remember that the scan tool is a very effective diagnostic tool.

In this case, the scan tool was able to control a/c, which is an indication that the PCM is communicating, and that circuit 459 going to the relay and then to the a/c compressor are normally functional. You need to check now if the sensor input signals are within the specified ranges.

Jul 06, 2011 | 1997 Chevrolet Venture

Hi,

9>2 (Nine is greater than 2) 1<5 (one is less than 5) 5>1 (five is greater than 1)

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9>2 (Nine is greater than 2) 1<5 (one is less than 5) 5>1 (five is greater than 1)

Hope it helps! Good Luck! Thanks for using Fixya! CreativeTECH

Jun 21, 2011 | Computers & Internet

All depends on how you like your coffee, And the size of cups you are using.

The standard is: 64oz. of water and 2oz to 3oz of coffee for 12 cups, That is about 5 to 6oz.of coffee per cup.

If you want a strong cup of coffee use 1.5 gal. of water and 9oz of coffee for 36 cups. If NOT use more water and less coffee.

REMEMBER, Don't let the coffee sit in your coffee brewer for long time.

The standard is: 64oz. of water and 2oz to 3oz of coffee for 12 cups, That is about 5 to 6oz.of coffee per cup.

If you want a strong cup of coffee use 1.5 gal. of water and 9oz of coffee for 36 cups. If NOT use more water and less coffee.

REMEMBER, Don't let the coffee sit in your coffee brewer for long time.

Jan 13, 2011 | Faberware Coffee Makers & Espresso...

Hello, I have worked on many bunn and other make ice tea makers but am not too familiar with this one, but as is common to all there should be 2 timers, one for the hot one for the cold. They are normally located under the top panel or inside the front panel. for 3 gallons you should be brewing 64oz of hot water through the 1oz tea bags (3-4) depending on taste as a rule of thumb. Please feel free to comment again if you have any other questions. Good Luck! Mike

Aug 15, 2009 | Bloomfield 8742 iced tea brewer, 3 gallon

It's either 2341, 2342, 2343, 2344.

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