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Measurement

Thick- Thin

We call objects thick and thin based on their width.

Example:

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In the given picture, the chalk is thick and the pencil is thin.

  • To compare the sizes of two or more objects, we do not use ‘thick or thin’.
  • To compare two or more objects, we use the words thicker, thinner, thickest, and thinnest.

Thicker- Thinner

The words ‘Thicker and Thinner' are used to compare two objects.

Example:

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In the given picture, the banana is tinner than the pineapple .The pineapple is thicker than the banana.

Thickest- Thinnest

The words ‘Thickest and Thinnest’ are used for comparing three or more objects..

Example:

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In the given picture, the first candle is the thickest and the third candle is the thinnest among the all candles.

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