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Arrange the fractions in ascending order. Or, if the fractions are equivalent, answer "Equivalent".

7/22,2/5,9/24

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  1. Change them all to equivalent fractions -- or change them to decimals.

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  2. 7/22, 9/24, 2/5 is that correct

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  3. 7/22, 9/24, 2/5 is correct

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  4. Write from least to greatest 7/15, 9/10, 5/6?

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