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Grade 1 - Mathematics
2.18 Greater Than Comparisons - Single Digit

Method:
  • Read out the two numbers.
  • Compare the two numbers.
  • Decide if the first number is "greater than", "less than", or "equal to" the second number.
Example:
7 and 3

Answer: Compare these numbers. The number 7 comes after 3 while counting. Hence 7 is greater than 3. Using mathematical symbols, "7 is greater than 3" can be written as 7 > 3.


Directions: Answer the following questions. Also write at least ten examples of your own.
Q 1: 1 > 4
FALSE
TRUE

Q 2: 1 > 3
FALSE
TRUE

Q 3: 1 > 3
TRUE
FALSE

Q 4: 3 > 9
TRUE
FALSE

Q 5: 0 > 2
FALSE
TRUE

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