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ordering fractions 1/2,7/8,9/10,1/3,3/5,1/4 write the above fractions in order.

asked by arjel
  1. Change these fractions to equivalent fractions with the same denominator.

    1/2 = 60/120
    7/8 = 105/120
    9/10 = 108/120
    1/3 = 40/120
    3/5 = 72/120
    1/4 = 30/120

    Now you can arrange them in order.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. make 215 5/6 into inprpoer fraction

    posted by sam
  3. Npthing

    posted by Victoria
  4. ???

    posted by Jewel

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