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Directions : 
> stands for =
< stands for ≠
× stands for >
+ stands for <
= stands for $$\ngtr$$
- stands for $$\nless$$
If α − β × γ, it does not imply that:



A
αβ<γ
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B
α×β>γ
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C
α+β×γ
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D
αβ>γ
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Solution

The correct options are
A $$\alpha - \beta < \gamma$$
C $$\alpha + \beta \times \gamma$$
$$\alpha - \beta \times \gamma = \alpha \nless \beta > \gamma$$
If we are taking only one direction, then either of the B and D are possible. 
So A and C are not possible.

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