How to Rank Fractions from Smallest to Largest?


To rank fractions from smallest to largest, first ensure that they have the same denominator. Once all of them have the same denominator,, it would then be easy to group them from smallest to largest. The fraction can also be changed to decimal and rank them from smallest to largest.
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1. Turn the first fraction into a decimal by dividing the numerator by the denominator. A calculator can be used to make this process easier. As an example, for the fraction 6/10,
This is kind of difficult to explain in one post, but I'll give it a shot. Pretend you have a group of fractions: 1/4, 2/8, 1/2 To organize the fractions from smallest to greatest
The correct order is 1/8, 7/32, 15/64,
1/4= 0.25, 7/25=0.28, 3/10=0.3 Therefore, smallest to largest would be in that order itself, as your question. 1 over 4 < 7 over 25 < 3 over 10
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