# Python – Relational Operators

Relational operators:

• Operators are > , < , >= , <= , == , !=
• These operators validate the relation among operands and return a boolean value.
• If relation is valid returns True else False

Condition to check the number is Positive

``N>=0``

Condition to check the number is equal to zero

``N==0``

Condition to check the 2 numbers equal

``A==B``

Condition to check First Num greater than Second Num

``A>B``

Square of First Number not equals to Second Number

``A!=B``

Condition to check sum of 2 numbers equal to 10

``A+B==10``

Condition to check the number divisible by 3

``N%3==0``

Condition to check the number is Even

``N%2==0``

Condition to check the last digit of Number is 0

``N%10==0``

Condition to check the last digit of Number is Even

``N%10%2==0``

Condition to check the multiplication of 2 numbers not equals to 3rd number

``A*B==C``

Condition to check average of 4 subjects marks greater than 60

``(A+B+C+D)/4>60``

Condition to check the sum of First 2 numbers equals to last digit of 3rd number

``A+B == C%10``

Condition to check average of 3 numbers equals to first number

``(A+B+C)/3==A``

Condition to check the given quantity of fruits exactly in dozens

``A%12==0``

Condition to person is eligible for Vote

``AGE>=18``
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