Q: What does comparative statement mean in math form?

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the mean (in math) is the average of all the numbers in the problem

Mathematics is not mean. It is the purest form of knowledge!

nothing is important on math

a mathmatical term

The distance from zero.

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meaner (comparative form of mean)messier (comparative form of messy)

Meaner is the comparative form of mean, and meanest is the superlative.

Perhaps you mean the comparative form: the comparative form of the adjective pretty is prettier. (The superlative form is prettiest, but comparative sounds more like cumulative.)

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meaner, meanest

It is a statement that two numbers are NOT equal.

the mean (in math) is the average of all the numbers in the problem

Mathematics is not mean. It is the purest form of knowledge!

nothing is important on math

a mathmatical term

The distance from zero.