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Describe two ways to determine the larger of two fractions.

A. Compare fractions by writing fractions as mixed numbers
B. Compare fractions with the same denominator by comparing the numerators and compare fractions with different denominators by writing fractions as equivalent fractions with a common denominator.
C. Compare fractions by writing fractions as equivalent decimals.
D. To compare fractions first write the reciprocal of the fractions then write the fractions as equivalent decimals.

I have to choose the 2 best answers. I went with b & c. I wanted someone to check to make sure I am correct. Thank you.

asked by Tina
  1. Yes, b and c.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. Thank you

    posted by Tina
  3. You are welcome.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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