Of the two fractions 15/21 and 19/17 which is smaller?

I think its 19/17 but need someone to double check please.

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asked by tony
  1. obviously the first fraction is a proper fraction, i.e, it is less than 1
    and the second fraction is an improper fraction, thus it is greater than 1 , so how can it be smaller ??

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