﻿ Identify and usage of signs >, < and =

# Identify and usage of signs >, < and = | Grade 1-4

## Usage of Signs ( >,< and =) - Sub Topics

In mathematics, numbers are compared using signs such as "greater than" (>), "less than" (<) and "equal to" (=). These signs play a vital role in expressing relationships between numbers and are essential in various mathematical operations, including comparisons, equations and inequalities. In this article, we will explore the identification and usage of these signs for numbers up to 100 and 1000.

• Comparison of Numbers up to 100
• Comparison of Numbers up to 1000
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• Greater Than (>):
The "greater than" sign, denoted as (>), is used to compare two numbers, indicating that the number on the left side is larger than the number on the right side.

For example:

Less Than (<):
The "less than" sign, represented as (<), is employed to compare two numbers, implying that the number on the left side is smaller than the number on the right side.

For example:

Equal To (=):
The "equal to" sign, denoted as (=), is used to express that two numbers are the same in value.

For example:

### Comparison of Numbers up to 100:

Comparing numbers up to 100 involves using the signs ">" (greater than), "<" (less than) and "=" (equal to).
now, let's explore some examples for numbers up to 100:
75 > 50 means 75 is greater than 50
30 < 60 means 30 is less than 60
90 = 90 means 90 is equal to 90.

### Comparison of Numbers up to 1000:

Comparison of numbers up to 1000 involves using signs such as "greater than" (>), "less than" (<) and "equal to" (=) to compare two or more numbers.
now, let's explore some examples for numbers up to 1000:
500 > 200 means 500 is greater than 200
800 < 900 means 800 is less than 900
1000 = 1000 means 1000 is equal to 1000

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