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Place >, <, or = between each of the following pairs to make true sentences
4/5 and 120/150
6/ and 7/6
4/20 and 4/20
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Find common denominators. 7/6 is an improper fraction for 1 1/6. It doesn't matter whether the negative sign is in the numerator or the denominator.
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