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Is the number of apples less than the number of strawberries?

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Is the number of apples less than the number of strawberries?

We’re shown a number of apples and a number of strawberries. The question asks us if there are less apples than strawberries. The apples and the strawberries have been matched together using lines. Le-f strawberries. One, two, three, four. There are one, two, three apples. We know there are more strawberries because we can’t match this strawberry to an apple. There aren’t enough apples. Three is less than four. Four is more than three. So the answer to the question, “Is the number of apples less than the number of strawberries?”, is yes because three is less than four.

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