if A>B is false , then which of the following will always be true ? and why ? a) A<B b)A<=B c)A=B d)A==B | Sololearn: Learn to code for FREE!

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# if A>B is false , then which of the following will always be true ? and why ? a) A<B b)A<=B c)A=B d)A==B

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If A>B is false So if we have A<B or A<=B or A==B is true So the The most correct answer is option b Because Includes all possible modes If A<=B true

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Aman sharma see We have A>B as false It means There are 3 correct modes A<B A==B A<=B So the answer which includes all modes is A<=B Option Let me say an example 4>5 if false so we can say 4<5 is true But we don't know the exact number so If we have 5>5 if false then 5==5 is true So As a result of these two examples A<=B is correct βΊοΈ

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If A>B is false then there would arise 2 scenarios that you must confirm. 1) A could be less than B 2) A could be equal to B The option that matches the above is b).

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A <= B

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A<=B A can either be equal to B, less than B or greater than B. Given, A>B, so A is not greater than B. Therefore definitely, A must be lesser than or equal to B. Thus, option b, that is, A<=B, will always be true. Hope this helps!π

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π°πΉ I told We don't know the exact number We only have A and b So if A>B is false It's possible that Both A and B be a same number So 5>5 is false then 5==5 is true

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(b) option

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sorry guys, first I answered correctly then I thought a>b is TRUE π sry its my mistake

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Ona Nixon πΉπΏ π Try to understand this with value A = 1 B = 2 1 > 2 //false 1 < 2 //true 1 <= 2 //true 1 == 2 //false in case of A = 2, B = 2 A > B //false A == B //true A <= B //true So finally A <= B will be always true

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Donya Khoobani Yes got it that's why I deleted my comment.

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Option b which is including option a too. Look, the given condition means a is lesser than b, but they haven't put any light in the fact that of its equal or not so I think to play safe you must consider option b.

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A<B Because if A>B is false, the opposite is true. A<=B Because A is either smaller or equal to B

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if A> B is false so the proposition that is true is that A == B or A <= B or A<B so we can just use B

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Donya Khoobani Attending to Bool's algebra.... A or B answers are ok. The reason? The opposite of "A>B" is at least "A<B" but also could be equal, so... "A<=B" But, thinking in programming languages, it could be limited. There are some of them doesn't accomplish. E.g. when A and B are of different type. Go ahead a bit more about "C" answer.. "A=B" is an assignment operation, not a conditional operation per sé but could be truth if contains true value and is used in a condition statement. Other time more... it could depend on language. E.g. let A, B; B = true; // A is undefined so A>B is falsy but with... If (A=B) { // is truth: first assigns, after evaluate A=true } I hope this helps.

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A<=B Because it includes all modes

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b) A<=B because inversion

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Based on the arguments given, i would say A<=B will be the right answer since it has all the right conditions which A>B is false.

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A<B returns true Also A<B to z returms true

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C) Because a=b is an assignment operation .. not a comparison π€ A<B is okay but most programming languages allow only lowercase letters..