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# Question Video: Defining Positions Using “Over,” “Under,” “Above,” and “Below” Mathematics • First Year of Primary School

Complete using “above” and “below”: Scarlett is sleeping on the bed ＿ David’s bed, but Matthew is sleeping on the bed ＿.

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### Video Transcript

Complete using “above” and “below”: Scarlett is sleeping on the bed what David’s bed, but Matthew is sleeping on the bed what.

In this question, we have to complete the sentence using the words “above” and “below.” To complete the first part of the sentence, we’re being asked to compare the positions of Scarlett and David. Here’s Scarlett and here’s David. Is Scarlett sleeping on the bed above David or below? Scarlett is above David. So we know the first missing word is “above.” Scarlett is sleeping on the bed above David’s bed. Now, we need to think about Matthew’s bed. Scarlett is above David. Matthew’s bed is below David’s. Scarlett is sleeping on the bed above David’s bed, but Matthew is sleeping on the bed below. The missing words in the sentence are “above” and “below.”

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