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We use the adjectives:
1. big/large/great - small
2. high/great - low
3. more - less
when comparing figures; for example:
The number of people in New York is higher/bigger/larger/greater than London.
50 square metres is greater than 50 square centimetres.
New York has more people than London.
Do we use any other comparative adjectives when comparing them?