Video: Subtracting the Number of Objects in Two Groups to Find How Many More Objects in the Larger Group

There are 9 frogs and 6 elephants. After subtracting to find the difference, there are _ frogs than elephants.

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There are nine frogs and six elephants. After subtracting to find the difference, there are what frogs than elephants.

In this question, we’re being asked to compare the number of frogs and the number of elephants. We know there are nine frogs and six elephants, so we have to find the difference between nine and six. We have to subtract six from nine. Here are nine squares to represent our nine frogs and six squares to represent the six elephants. If we match each of the squares, we can see there are three green squares left over. The difference between nine and six is three. There are three more frogs than elephants.

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