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Grade 3 - Mathematics
4.2 Equations and Inequations

Method:
  1. Read the equations carefully.
  2. Equations are mathematical statements that use " = " sign.
  3. Inequations are mathematical statements that use " > " or " <" sign.

Example: 534 < 675 is an example of equation. State if true or false.
Equations are statements that use " = " sign.
Answer: False

Directions: Answer the following. Also write at least ten examples of your own.

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Grade 3 - Mathematics
4.2 Equations and Inequations

Q 1: Equations are number statements that uses an equal sign. Ex: 5+4=9 and 221=221)
False
True

Q 2: A number statement that uses the signs > or < is called an inequality.
True
False

Q 3: 456 > 401 is an equation. True or False
False
True

Q 4: 400 + 500 = 900 is an example of an equation.
True
False

Q 5: 1,002 > 997 and 4,825 < 1,002 are both inequalities.
False
True

Q 6: A number statement that uses the > sign is called inequality.
False
True

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