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Melissa and her friends are stretching rubber bands for an activity in class. Melissa stretched her elastic to 10 inches. Juan stretched it 3 1/2 times as far. Sara stretched it 4/4 as far. Marsha stretched it 2/5 as far. Put the students in order of how far they stretched their rubber bands from LEAST TO GREATEST.

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3.5 * 10 = 35 inches
4/4 * 10 = 10 inches
2/5 * 10 = 0.4 inches

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so Juan, Melissa then marsha?

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That's not least to greatest.

Marsha is the least.

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oh yeah marsha, Sara, Juan and Melissa

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No.

Marsha, Sara, Melissa, Juan

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No its wrong it is Marsha Sara Melissa then Juan

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