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Scarlett is making soup for her friends for dinner.
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One pot has enough soup for five bowls and the other has enough for three bowls.
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Find the missing number.
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How many bowls of soup has she made?
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Five plus three equals what.
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There will be nine people eating dinner.
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Has she made enough soup?
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Is five plus three more than nine?
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In this problem, we’re being asked to compare five plus three and nine.
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Is five plus three less than nine, equal to nine, or greater than nine?
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First, we need to add five and three.
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Here are five counters to represent the five bowls in the first pot.
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Let’s add three more.
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Five and three more makes eight.
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If five plus three is eight, then we can say that eight is less than nine.
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Five plus three is less than nine.
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Has Scarlett made enough soup?
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No, she hasn’t.
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Five plus three is eight.
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Five plus three is not more than nine.
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Five plus three is less than nine.
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No, Scarlett didn’t make enough soup.
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She needs one more bowl.
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Eight is one less than nine.