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Determine whether 30/45 and 54/81 are equivalent **fractions**. Well, the easiest
way I can think of doing this is to put both of these **fractions** into lowest possible
terms, and then if they're the same **fraction**, then they're equivalent. So 30/45,
what's the largest factor of both 30 and 45? 15 will go into 30. It'll also go into 45.
So this ...

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Sal shades visual fraction models to **compare fractions**.

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Sal compares **fractions** by finding a common denominator.

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Sal compares **fractions** by finding a common denominator.

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Since three is greater than one, three-fourths is greater than one-fourth.
Therefore, Drake rode his bike farther. When comparing two fractions with like
denominators, the larger fraction is the one with the greater numerator. Let's look
at some more examples of **comparing fractions** with like denominators.

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Fun math practice! Improve your skills with free problems in '**Compare fractions**'
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Which fraction is bigger? Use the **Compare Fractions** Calculator to find which
fraction is larger or smaller. For unlike denominators find the LCD to compare
mixed numbers or fractions.

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**Comparing Fractions**. Sometimes we need to compare two fractions to discover
which is larger or smaller. There are two main ways to **compare fractions**: using
decimals, or using the same denominator.

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Say you have two **fractions**, how can you tell which one is larger (or smaller)? If
you type your two **fractions** into the boxes below, this selection will show you how
to figure it out!