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In this lesson, we will learn how to compare numbers up to 10 by using the symbols for “less than,” “greater than,” and “equal to.”

Q1:

Is 2 < , = or > one?

Q2:

Is 4 + 1 < , = or > 8 − 2 ?

Q3:

Fill in the gap: 3 + 5 3 + 0 . Use < , > , or = .

Q4:

Select the correct inequality.

Q5:

Is 1 0 < , = > 3 o r ?

Q6:

Is ten < , = or > ten?

Q7:

Is 1 < , = or > three?

Q8:

Is 1 + 4 < , = or > five?

Q9:

Complete five four using < , = , or > .

Q10:

Which is true?

Q11:

Compare these numbers.

Complete the statement:

Q12:

Pick the correct number sentence.

Q13:

Sherif finds 6 shells. Which bucket should he put them in?

Q14:

The number 2 is greater than which of the following?

Q15:

Is 0 < , = or > 3 ?

Q16:

Q17:

Sarah picks a number card. Bassem picks a number card.

Select the correct symbol to compare their numbers.

Q18:

Q19:

Q20:

Complete the following using < , = , or > :

Q21:

Fill in the gap: 3 + > 6 .

Q22:

Complete the following 1 < 2 < 3 < < < < < .

Q23:

Fill in the gap: . Use <, >, or =.

Q24:

Complete the following: 4 > .

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