Q: Which is greater 1 gal or 15 c?

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1 gallon is greater than 15 cups1 gallon = 16 cups

1 gal = 16 cOur staff says that 16 c is bigger than 15 c.

c < -5

No, it is not.

You don't. Such an efficiency can be less than 1, but it can't be greater than 1.

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c < -5

No, it is not.

What is a "c"

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Yes because A > B, B > C, so A has to be > C.ExampleA=5B=3C=1A (5) > B (3)B (3) > C (1)A (5) > C (1)

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