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kevin says that 22 over 30 is greater than 22 over 32.Do you agree?Explain.

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    22/30 = 0.7333

    22/32 = 0.6875

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    yes becuase the denominator 30 is smaller than 32 which makes the fraction biggerwhen 22 is shaded.

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