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Posted by **marko** on Thursday, December 8, 2011 at 9:18pm.

-2/9 > -4/9

-1/6 > -2/3

-5/12 > - 3/4

-1 < - 1/3

-5/6 = -10/12

-1/8 > - 1/2

-1.2 > -2.1

-0.6 < -0.52

-1.23 < -1.25

-0.53 < -5.333

-3 1/4 = -3.25

-4 2/5 < -4.12

are these right?

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**MathMate**, Sunday, December 11, 2011 at 9:40amAlmost, just check these two:

-1.23 < -1.25

-0.53 < -5.333

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