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Question Video: Comparing Numbers: Less Than, Greater Than, Equal to Mathematics

Compare these numbers. 2, 4. Complete the statement: 2 is _ 4. [A] Less than (<) [B] Equal to (=) [C] Greater than (>)

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Compare these numbers. Two, four. Complete the statement; two is what four. Is it less than, equal to, or greater than?

We’re shown two numbers, the numbers two and four. We have to compare them. And then, we have to complete the statement, two is what four. We could use the less than symbol. Our statement would say, two is less than four. The answer could be two is equal to four. Or, we could use the greater than symbol. Two is greater than four.

We can use the counters to help us. We can see that two counters are less than four counters. So, the missing symbol is less than. Two is less than four. The correct symbol is less than because two is less than four.

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