To compare two values `n`

and `r`

in Python, you can use comparison operators. Here’s an example of how you can do it:

```
n = 10
r = 5
if n > r:
print("n is greater than r")
elif n < r:
print("n is less than r")
else:
print("n is equal to r")
```

In this example, we compare `n`

and `r`

using the greater than (`>`

) and less than (`<`

) operators. If `n`

is greater than `r`

, the first condition is true and the corresponding message is printed. If `n`

is less than `r`

, the second condition is true. If both conditions are false, it means `n`

and `r`

are equal, and the else block is executed, printing the message “n is equal to r.”

You can modify the values of `n`

and `r`

in the example to compare any other pair of numbers.

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