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posted by chrisshya .
Two fractions have the same numerator, but different denominators. Is the fraction with the greater denominator greater than or less than the fraction with the lesser denominator?

well, if a pie is divided into 10 pieces, are they larger or smaller than when it's cut into 5 pieces?
Smaller denominator means fewer pieces, so each is larger.
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