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2. COMPARING COLLECTIONS 23 Jack’s collection is-different-in-size-from Jill’s collection strict is-smaller-in-size-than 2. When two collections are different-in-size, then there are two possible is-larger-in-size-than strict relationships depending on which of the two collections the leftover mutually exclusive item, if any, are in: • When the leftover items are in the second collection, we will say that the first collection is-smaller-in-size-than the second collection. with Jill’s in the real-world, we match Jack’s collection one-to-one with Jill’s collection: EXAMPLE 9.
2 −−−−→ Altogether, the count from the start-digit 6 to the end-digit 2 is 5,4,3,2 −−−−→ 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 NOTE. Memorizing the precession −−−−−−−−−−−−−→ just like we memo1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 rized the succession −−−−−−−−−−−−−→ makes life a lot easier. 2. COMPARING COLLECTIONS 21 length (of a count) compare match one-to-one leftover relationship of the count is 4. hold (to) EXAMPLE 4. When we count from the start-digit 6 to the end-digit 2, the length simple of the count is 4. Finally, the length of a count from a start-digit to an end-digit is how many digits we say regardless of the direction, that is whether up in the succession or down in the precession.
However, there is nothing to prevent us from writing comparison-sentences regardless of the real-world. In fact, there is nothing to prevent us from writing comparison-sentences that are false in the sense that there is no way that anyone could come up with real-world collections for which one-to-one matching would result in the relationship represented by these comparisonsentences. EXAMPLE 31. The sentence 5 Dollars < 3 Dollars is false because there is no way that anyone could come up with real-world collections for which one-to-one matching would result in there being leftover items in the second collection.