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Comparing Numbers Frisco ISD klevans2005
Which set has less? Correct, 8 is less than 9
Which set has more? Correct, 9 is more than 7
Are these sets equal? YesNo 8 equals 8 (8 = 8)
Which set has less? Correct, 17 is less than 18
Which set has less? Correct, 7 is less than 10
Which set has more? Correct, 10 is more than 8
Are these sets equal? YesNo Correct!! 14 DOES NOT equals 12
Which set has more? Correct, 14 is more than 11
Which set has less? Correct, 33 is less than 38
Comparing Numbers > greater than < less than = equal, or is the same as
Choose the correct symbol 1013 ><= Correct 10 < 13 (10 is LESS THAN 13) > greater than < less than = equal, or is the same as Click here if you need a hint!
Choose the correct symbol 54 >= Correct 5 > 4 (5 is GREATER THAN four) < > greater than < less than = equal, or is the same as Click here if you need a hint!
Choose the correct symbol 2030 > <= Correct 20 < 30 (20 is LESS THAN 30) > greater than < less than = equal, or is the same as Click here if you need a hint!
Choose the correct symbol 18 > <= Correct 18 = 18 (18 EQUALS 18) > greater than < less than = equal, or is the same as Click here if you need a hint!
Choose the correct symbol 2516 > <= 25 > 16 (25 is GREATER THAN 16) > greater than < less than = equal, or is the same as Click here if you need a hint!
Choose the correct symbol 5633+23 > <= Correct! 33+23=56 so… (56 EQUALS 56) > greater than < less than = equal, or is the same as Click here if you need a hint!
Choose the correct symbol 7771 > <= Correct 77 > 71 (77 is GREATER THAN 71) > greater than < less than = equal, or is the same as Click here if you need a hint!
Choose the correct symbol 4858 > <= Correct 48 < 58 (48 is LESS THAN 58) > greater than < less than = equal, or is the same as Click here if you need a hint!
Choose the correct symbol 107101 > <= Correct 107 > 101 (107 is GREATER THAN 101) > greater than < less than = equal, or is the same as Click here if you need a hint!
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