compare objects

  <p>Comparing objects is a useful way to recognize similarities and differences between them.</p> 
  <p>For example, you might compare two books by looking at their authors, titles, pages, and genre. Or you could compare two cars by looking at their makes, models, fuel economy, and safety ratings.</p>
  <p>To compare anything, you need to make sure you have the same criteria for comparison. For example, if you are comparing two cars, make sure you look at the same features for each car.</p>
  <p>Once you have the same criteria for comparison, you can start to identify the similarities and differences between the objects. You can also use the comparison to draw conclusions about the objects.</p>

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