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  1. two elements x and y of a set partially ordered by a relation ≤ are said to be comparable if and only if x ≤ y or y ≤ x, or in terms of the strict version of the partial order, if and only if x < y or y < x or y = x.[http

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  2. planetmath.org/encyclopedia/PartialOrder.html] For example, two sets are comparable with respect to inclusion if and only if one is a subset of the other

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  3. a term from mathematics

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  4. In a classification of mathematical objects such as topological spaces, two criteria are said to be comparable when the objects that obey one criterion constitute a subset (or subclass) of the objects that obey the other one (so the T1 and T2 axioms

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  5. See also comparison

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