M. ES 9.2: Compare single digit whole
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M es 9 2 7448784

M. ES 9.2: Compare single digit whole

numbers using >, <, or =. (ALGI.12.7)

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• Objective: Compare groups of objects to determine

which group contains more or less items.

Extended Standards


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Group B

Group A

How many puppies are in Group

A?


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Group B

Group A

How many puppies are in Group

A? 2 puppies


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Group B

Group A

How many puppies are in Group

B?


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Group B

Group A

How many puppies are in Group

B? 4 puppies


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Group B

Group A

Which group has the

greatest(most) amount of

puppies?


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Group B

Group A

Which group has the greatest

amount of puppies? Group B


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Group B

Group A

Which group has the less

(smallest) amount of puppies?


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Group B

Group A

Which group has the less

amount of puppies? Group A


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LESS THAN &

GREATER THAN SIGN


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EQUAL SIGN

=


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The open side will fave the bigger number while the

pointed side will face the smaller number

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BIG

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The above problem is read, 10 is greater than 5


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Does the open side of the sign point toward the

bigger or smaller number?

Does the pointed side of the sign point toward the

bigger or smaller number?


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