# Worksheet 4 – Comparing Numbers From 0 – 30

Comparing Numbers From 0 – 30 – Worksheet Write the correct symbol (<, > or =) in following problems. <Less Than >Greater Than =Equal To

Read More →Comparing Numbers From 0 – 30 – Worksheet Write the correct symbol (<, > or =) in following problems. <Less Than >Greater Than =Equal To

Read More →Comparing Numbers From 0 – 20 – Worksheet Write the correct symbol (<, > or =) in following problems. <Less Than >Greater Than =Equal To

Read More →Comparing Numbers From 0 – 10 – Worksheet Write the correct symbol (<, > or =) in following problems. <Less Than >Greater Than =Equal To

Read More →Acute angle and Obtuse Angle – Difference In this tutorial, we will learn difference between an acute angle and obtuse angle.

Read More →Right Angle Triangle – Definition – Formula – Properties What is a Right Angle Triangle? A right angle triangle is a type of triangle. A right angle triangle plays an important role in trigonometry. A triangle in which one of the interior angle is 90º or a right angle is a right triangle. Right Triangle […]

Read More →Comparing – Unit Fractions Unit fractions are fractions in which numerator(top of the number) of the fraction is 1 and denominator(bottom number) of the fraction is a whole number. Example: 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/12, and so on. In a unit fraction, the numerator is always 1. In a fraction, denominator shows the number of […]

Read More →Proper Fraction and Improper Fraction – Difference In this tutorial we learn difference between a proper fraction and an improper fraction. Proper Fraction Improper Fraction A “Proper Fraction” is a fraction whose numerator is smaller than it’s denominator. A “Improper Fraction” is a fraction whose numerator is equal to or greater than it’s denominator. Examples: 2/9, 3/7 and 1/8 […]

Read More →What is an Angle Angles are formed by two rays or lines called the arms or sides of the angle, sharing a common endpoint, called the vertex of the angle. Types of angles There are various types of angles. The angles can be classified into two main types. Basis on their measure or magnitude. Based […]

Read More →Integer – Definition – Examples The term “Integer” originated from Latin. “Integer” means whole. Integers are set of whole numbers and negative numbers. Here, we are discuss about integers in brief. Definition: Example: 3, 4, -6, -357, -4657, 98523, all are integers. The set of integers is denoted by symbol “Z”. Z = {…..-3, -2, […]

Read More →Tenths Place – Definition – Example Definition The first digit to the right of the decimal point represents the tenths place. The number after the decimal is called the decimal part and the number before the decimal point is called the whole or integral part. First we take a plane sheet which represents one whole. […]

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