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Definition

Comparing numbers in mathematics is a way of determining if one number is equal, smaller or bigger than the other number.

Summary

Understanding which is smaller, larger, or just the same plays an important role in real-life.

SYMBOLS USED IN COMPARING NUMBERS

SYMBOLMEANINGEXAMPLE
 =Equal sign is used to show that the two numbers are equal in value. 2.35 = 2.35
<Less than sign is used to show that one number has a smaller value than the other number.1.72 < 3.5
>Greater than sign is used to show that one number has a larger value than the other number.25.67 > 19.28

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