Math 1 Lesson: Bigger. Sign >

### 1.1. Knowledge to remember

Know how to compare quantities, use the word “smaller” and the sign “<” to compare numbers.

### 1.2. Larger math forms. Sign >

**Form 1:** Fill in the blanks with appropriate marks

– Count the quantities of each side.

– Match one to one and compare.

– Use the appropriate mark to fill in the blanks.

**Form 2:** Sort the numbers in ascending or descending order.

Remember the order of the numbers you just learned 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and vice versa.

**Form 3:** Add or subtract to get two equal quantities.

– Count the number of each quantity.

– Match one to one to determine whether the quantity is redundant or lacking.

– The quantity to add or subtract is the number of missing or excess items found in step

### 1.3. Solve textbook exercises pages 19, 20

**Lesson 1 page 19**

Write the sign >

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**Lesson 2 page 19**

Write (in the form):

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**Lesson 3 page 20**

Write (in the form):

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**Lesson 4 page 20**

Put a > in the empty box:

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**Lesson 5 page 20**

Match the blank cells with the appropriate number (follow the pattern)

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### 1.4. Textbook exercise solution page 21

**Lesson 1 page 21**

>, < ?

3…..4 5….2 1…..3 2…..4

4…..3 2….5 3….1 4….2

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3 < 4 5 > 2 1 < 3 2 < 4

4 > 3 2 < 5 3 > 1 4 > 2

**Lesson 2 page 21**

Write (in the form):

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**Lesson 3 page 21**

Match the blank cells with the appropriate number:

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Match empty cells with numbers greater than 1

Match empty cells with numbers greater than 2

Match the blanks with numbers greater than 4.5

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