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# Question Video: Comparing Groups – Less Than, Greater Than, Equal To Mathematics • First Year of Primary School

Compare these sets of cubes. Pick the missing symbol. [A] = [B] > [C] <

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Compare these sets of cubes. Pick the missing symbol, equal to, greater than, or less than.

First, we need to compare the sets of cubes. Let’s count the cubes in the first tower. One, two, three, four, five. There are five cubes in the first tower. And the blue tower has one, two, three cubes. Which tower has the greatest number of cubes? The green one. It has five cubes. And the blue tower has three. Five is greater than three. The greatest part of the symbol points to the greatest number, or the greatest amount of objects. And the smallest end of the symbol points to the least number of objects, or the smallest number. The missing symbol is greater than. Five is greater than three.

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