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<div style="font-size:30px">'''GE (A,B)'''</div><br/>
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<div style="font-size:30px">'''GTE (A,B)'''</div><br/>
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*<math>A</math> and <math>B</math> are any two real numbers.
  
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==Description==
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*This function is the test for greater than or equal to the given numbers.
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*In <math>GE(A,B)</math>,<math>A</math> and <math> B</math>  are any two real numbers.
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*If A is greater than  or equal to B then will return the result as TRUE.
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*If A is less than B then will return the result as FALSE.
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==Examples==
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#GE(90,89) = true
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#GE(44,44.01) = False
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#GE(-30,-39) = true
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#GE(1/2,2/3) = False
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==Related Videos==
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{{#ev:youtube|v=-WlA9u6MiO8|280|center|Greater Than}}
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==See Also==
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*[[Manuals/calci/LARGE | LARGE ]]
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*[[Manuals/calci/LT | LT  ]]
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*[[Z_API_Functions | List of Main Z Functions]]*[[ Z3 |  Z3 home ]]
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==References==
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Large_numbers LARGE NUMBERS]
  
 
*[[Z_API_Functions | List of Main Z Functions]]
 
*[[Z_API_Functions | List of Main Z Functions]]
 
 
*[[ Z3 |  Z3 home ]]
 
*[[ Z3 |  Z3 home ]]

Latest revision as of 17:43, 11 January 2019

GE (A,B)


GTE (A,B)


  • and are any two real numbers.

Description

  • This function is the test for greater than or equal to the given numbers.
  • In , and are any two real numbers.
  • If A is greater than or equal to B then will return the result as TRUE.
  • If A is less than B then will return the result as FALSE.

Examples

  1. GE(90,89) = true
  2. GE(44,44.01) = False
  3. GE(-30,-39) = true
  4. GE(1/2,2/3) = False

Related Videos

Greater Than

See Also

References