comparing fractions
posted by jr .
15/16 greater,less than or equal to 3/8

let us have a common denominator
so multiply both NR and DR of 3/8
fraction with 2
It becomes 6/16
Now compare the NRs of both fractions
and we can say 15/16 is bigger
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