Exercise

# Greater and less than

Apart from equality operators, Filip also introduced the *less than* and *greater than* operators: `<`

and `>`

. You can also add an equal sign to express *less than or equal to* or *greater than or equal to*, respectively. Have a look at the following R expressions, that all evaluate to `FALSE`

:

```
(1 + 2) > 4
"dog" < "Cats"
TRUE <= FALSE
```

Remember that for string comparison, R determines the *greater than* relationship based on alphabetical order. Also, keep in mind that `TRUE`

is treated as `1`

for arithmetic, and `FALSE`

is treated as `0`

. Therefore, `FALSE < TRUE`

is `TRUE`

.

Instructions

**100 XP**

Write R expressions to check whether:

`-6 * 5 + 2`

is greater than or equal to`-10 + 1`

.- "raining" is less than or equal to "raining dogs".
- TRUE is greater than FALSE.