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i cannot remember how to figure this out. I need to know how to figure out what is between 3/4 and 17/20 on this number line .....

1/2 11/20 3/5 13/20 7/10 3/4 ... 17/20 9/10 1

thank you

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  1. change all the fractions so that they have a denominator of 20
    your sequence becomes ....
    10/20 11/20 12/20 13/20 14/20 15/20 .. 17/20 18/20 19/20 20/20

    the missing number should be obvious

    btw, you forgot the 19/20 in your list

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  2. Thank you!!!!

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