GREATER THAN, LESS THAN, EQUAL TO

What is the difference between one and first? Discover the ordinal numbers, which are used to define the order.

What number is greater than another? Let's learn how to put the numbers in order and how to use the greater than, less than and equal to signs.

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WHICH IS THE GREATEST NUMBER? WHICH IS THE SMALLEST?

HOW DO WE READ AN ARRIVAL POSITIONS CHART?

LEARN THE ORDINAL NUMBERS.

DISCOVER HOW TO USE THE GREATER THAN (>), LESS THAN (<) AND EQUAL TO (=) SIGNS TO COMPARE NUMBERS.

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Ordinal numbers

 

 

IN A CHALLENGE WE NEED TO CHECK THE ORDER OF ARRIVAL TO AWARD THE WINNER. HOW CAN WE DECIDE THE WINNER? WE USE THE ORDINAL NUMBERS.

THE NUMBER 1 IS THE FIRST. THE NUMBER 2 IS THE SECOND. THE NUMBER 3 IS THE THIRD. THE NUMBER 4 IS THE FOURTH.

GO AHEAD AND LEARN TO READ ALL THE ORDINAL NUMBERS!

GREATER THAN, LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO?

GREATER THAN, LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO?