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For comparing two numbers. Determine if the first number is greater than, less than, or equal to the other number.
This topic aligns to the following state standards
Grade 2: Num 1. Compares and orders whole numbers to 1000 or more using concrete materials, drawings, number lines, and symbols (<, =, >).
Grade 2: Num 2. Compares two or more numbers, to 1000 or more, and identifies which number is more than, equal to, or less than the other number.
Grade 2: Alg 2. Solves a variety of number sentences with equalities and inequalities (using the symbols >, =, <).
Grade 3: Num 1. Uses language and symbols (>, <, =) to compare the relative size of numbers in the same form.
Grade 3: Num 2. Compares and orders whole numbers through hundred thousands or more, using concrete materials, number lines, drawings, and numerals.
Grade 4: Num 1. Uses language and symbols (>, <, =) to compare numbers in the same form and in two different forms such as _ < 1.
Grade 5: Num 1. Uses symbols (>, <, =) to compare numbers in the same and different forms such as 0.5 < 3/4.
Grade 9: Num 2. understands the relative size of integers, rational numbers, irrational numbers, and real numbers
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