Year 6

# Balance Equations Where the Compensation Property of Same Difference Cannot Efficiently be Applied

In this lesson, we will look at similar activities from last lesson but with subtraction in mind, specifically the following symbols: = (equals), â‰ˆ (approximately equal to) , > (greater than), < (less than).

Year 6

# Balance Equations Where the Compensation Property of Same Difference Cannot Efficiently be Applied

In this lesson, we will look at similar activities from last lesson but with subtraction in mind, specifically the following symbols: = (equals), â‰ˆ (approximately equal to) , > (greater than), < (less than).

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1. In this lesson, we will look at similar activities from last lesson but with subtraction in mind, specifically the following symbols: = (equals), ≈ (approximately equal to) , > (greater than), < (less than).

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