1. Convert any mixed fractions into irregular fractions. Multiply the denominator of the faction by the whole number, and add it to the numerator. The resulting answer is the numerator
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Its based off how many lines there are inbetween the two larger #s.
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A fractional number line is a line which displays numbers (fraction...
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(5/8) is closer to (1/2) . Put everything over 8 as a common denominator, as in. 0 = (0/8) (1/2) = (4/8) 1 = (8/8) and it's obvious that (5/8) is closest to (1/2) . ~ In decimal form
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