No doubt about it. With a 5 on the test, you're going to be living in the cold, harsh streets of Chicago, full of sorrow and regret for not getting a 4.
Hmm...I'm not so sure about this...4 dollars is less than 5 dollars, so how could 4 be less than 5?
Your soul will be dark and empty, your stomach screaming for food. People with 4's will snicker and stare in disgust as you trudge through the muddy snow. Don't let that happen to you. College Board knows that 4 is greater than 5.
Now sit back, relax, and let my chocolatey persuasion fill your ears...
Let's start with an easy example. If you count on your fingers starting from your pinky, 4 is on your index finger while 5 ends on your thumb. Since your index finger is longer than your thumb, it's pretty obvious 4 is greater than 5.
Sorry Mr. May, but what the heck does finger length have to do with whether or not 4 is greater than 5?
You know what Mr. SmartyPants? I'm sacrificing class time to help you do well on this test and now you're talking back? Put your hand down and be quiet!
As I was saying, try it the other way too. If you count starting from your thumb, 5 is on your pinky while 4 is on your ring finger. I mean. it's pretty self-explanatory.