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## Class 1 math (India)

### Unit 1: Lesson 2

Comparing small numbers

# Comparing numbers of objects

Sal talks about what "more than" and "less than" mean. Created by Sal Khan.

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• do you do times?
• it is a harder thing where it is like adding but more. I will try not to confuse you, but let's do a problem. If you don't want to get confused, then don't read this. Okay let's take 2 x 2 (write in pencil) or 2*2 (type on computer). The first 2 is how many times you add the next number. So 2*2=4 or 2+2=4. Same for other like 1*1, 4*2, 5*4 ecs. You don't have to learn this now, but later you should
• In this module my student is finding the application hangs when she is trying to start attempting the problems to solve. This is actually the 3rd such instance as her mentor I am noticing.
• I think that your laptop/desktop must be wearied out or something is going wrong with your PC .
I think that you must clean your PC from viruses.
• thanks for help
• I know! Sal is amazing. Next time though, you should put this in the tips and thanks!
• Why did they put it in this category?
• The only reason i wacth the vidieos is so i could get energy points
• We should not watch videos for our selfishness i.e. energy points
• What if don't have the object to compare?
(1 vote)
• Find an object that works for you, or imagine one.
(1 vote)
• Why can't you just pass the basics when you are already doing 6th grade us math?