How many hundreds, tens, and ones do the blue blocks show?
3 hundreds, 2 tens, and 8 ones.
How many hundreds, tens, and ones do the yellow blocks show?
3 hundreds, 5 tens, and 2 ones.
Compare the blue and yellow numbers using <, >, or =.
For each pair of numbers, how did you know which number was larger?
Answers vary; look for references to place value understanding, such as comparing the hundreds place, and then comparing the tens place if the hundreds place was the same.
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