# Incorrect results for comparison expression

Sage incorrectly evaluates `bool(1/47749 <= -5564456128*e + 15125759978)`

as False.

In more detail, consider this:

```
sage: x = -5564456128*e + 15125759978
sage: (1/47749).n(digits=6)
0.0000209428
sage: x.n(digits=20)
0.000020943072740919888020
sage: bool(1/47749 <= x)
False
```

What is going on? Why does the last boolean evaluate to False? This results in the failure of the assertion that `1/ceil(1/x) <= x`

, which should be true mathematically.

Is there a way to compare two quantities that will result in a correct answer, using as much precision as necessary?

Incidentally,

`x.n(digits=6)`

instead of giving something like`0.0000209431`

gives`1024.00`

, which is scary.