Corollary: Order Relation for Natural Numbers is Strict Total
(related to Proposition: Comparing Natural Numbers Using the Concept of Addition)
The order relation for natural numbers "$<$" defines a strict total order on the set $\mathbb N$ of natural numbers, i.e. for any natural numbers \(x,y,z\in\mathbb N\), we have
 Only one of the following cases can be true: either \(x=y\), or \(x > y\), or \(x < y\) trichotomy).
 If $x < y$ and $y < z$, then $x < z$ transitivity).
 The same applies for the relation "$ > $".
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 Landau, Edmund: "Grundlagen der Analysis", Heldermann Verlag, 2008