Lesson 1: Getting Started
Lesson 2: Introduction
Lesson 3: Math
Math Basics
More Operators
More Division
Floats
Comparison Operators
Practice
Practice: Answers
Lesson 4: Strings
Lesson 5: Variables
Lesson 6: Errors
Lesson 7: Booleans
Lesson 8: Lists
Lesson 9: Logic
Lesson 10: Loops
Lesson 11: Functions
Lesson 12: Input
Lesson 13: Modules
Lesson 14: Games
Lesson 15: Minecraft
Lesson 16: Wrapping Up

In Python, we can do a lot of things with numbers besides just adding or dividing.

What if we need to find out if one number is larger than another? Or if one number is equal to another? Suppose you're making a video game with Python - you might want to do something like this to compare scores between two players, for example.

Well, here are some more symbols (or operators) that we can use. These are called **comparison** operators.

`==` |
Equal to |

`!=` |
Not equal to |

`<` |
Less than |

`>` |
Greater than |

`<=` |
Less than or equal to |

`>=` |
Greater than or equal to |

Later on, you'll see some examples of how these can be used in programming. But for now, let's look at how these comparisons work.