The operators =, ≠, <, >, ≤, ≥ show the relative order of an ordered set.
Sets other than numbers can be ordered. For example, the alphabet is an ordered set of letters. The statement 'a' < 'd' makes sense in terms of this ordering.
The points in a line are ordered. One can tell which points come before and after a particular point.
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