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Grade 1 - Mathematics
Greater Than and Less Than Using Pictures

Explanation:
  • The symbol for "Greater Than" is ">".
  • The symbol for "Less Than" is "<".
Method:
  • Count the number of pictures in each set.
  • If the first set has more pictures, write ">".
  • If the first set has less pictures, write "<".
  • If both sets have same number of pictures, write "=".
Example:
$ $ $ $ ___ % % %

The number of $'s is 4 and the number of %'s is 3. Since 4 is greater than 3, the answer is >.


Directions: Answer the following questions. Also write at least 10 examples of your own.
Q 1: Fill in the blank with greater than >, less than < or equal to =

=
>
<

Q 2: Fill in the blank with greater than >, less than < or equal to =

<
=
>

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