Q: Does a Ballon get smaller or bigger when you put it in the freezer?

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You put > if the answer is bigger and you put < if the answer is smaller the the first one

Smaller. It should run least to greatest.

you subtract the bigger number from the smaller numberyou get your answeryou look for the bigger number an put the symbol that it has

> means greater than. You put the bigger number on the left side of the symbol. Just remember that the left side of > is bigger and the right side is smaller. So the bigger numbers goes on the bigger side and the smaller number goes on the smaller side.

put a . 5.9 is bigger than 5 and smaller than 9

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It would get smaller as the air inside the ballon contracted.

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Subtract the smaller one from the bigger one, and then put a minus sign before the answer.

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You put > if the answer is bigger and you put < if the answer is smaller the the first one

well look at the decimals if the first is bigger than its usally bigger the more numbers the smaller it is

Smaller. It should run least to greatest.