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Grade 2 • 1yr.

Hello, we are working on the comparison of figures at the moment but I am having difficulty understanding how to do this properly. Can you help me please?

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    Team Alloprof • 1yr.

    Hello, thank you for your question! :-)

    To compare figures, we can do it using 3 main aspects: the number of sides, the number of apex and the types of lines.

    First of all, we can count the number of sides of the figures. For example, a triangle has 3 sides while a square has 4.

    Then we can also count the number of apex. For example, a triangle also has 3 apex, while a square has 4.

    Finally, there are linetypes. For example, a square is constructed from several straight lines while a circle is constructed from a curved line.

    Hope this helps you! 

    Good evening 

    Audrey :-)