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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.

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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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!

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