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I am a fraction with a deminator of 4. I am greater than1/2 but less than 1. What fraction am i?

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    3/4

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    denominator is the number beneath the line of a fraction. e.g. x/4
    we know that 1/4 wont work, neither will 2/4 (1/2) nor 4/4 (1).

    That leaves us with one option 3/4
    3/4 is greater than 1/2 but less than 1 and has a 4 in the denominator

    Hope that helps!

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