4.21 Comparative Speed Relation Example

Earlier, for example, you learned that Ross is slower than Joey and that Chandler is faster than Joey. And you derived that Chandler was faster than Ross. You could have also derived that Ross is slower than Chandler, Joey is slower than Chandler, and Joey is faster than Ross.

A diagram illustrating the Derived Stimulus Relation of a program's flow.
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