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How do you put fractions and decimals to least and greatest?

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2012-10-09 00:54:33
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convert fractions to decimal then just compare them,and then put them in order!:)

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3.97, 71/20, 3.57. 3 13/25 put in order least to greatest

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either turn all ur numbers to fractions or decimals, then put it in order


least to greatest if your talking about a time line


The easiest way it to convert them all to decimals. Carry out the repeating decimals to an equal number of places. Then it is easy to put them in order.


you can put it in decimals or fractions or in a percentage


you put the least one first then the most fraction last


Convert them to common denominators and put the numerators in ascending order.


put it in order from decimals as in first make the fraction in decimals and put them in order you desire :)


The numbers from least to greatest are: 2 over 10, 1/2, 0.6 and 0.9 (which is equal to 9 over 10). Convert all the fractions to decimals to compare.


Change the mixed numbers to improper fractions, find a common denominator and proceed.


Fractions to decimals: Divide the numerator by the denominator. Decimals to fractions: Put the fraction without the decimal point in the numerator. In the denominator, put a "1", followed by as many zeroes as there are decimals. For example, 0.058 becomes 58 / 1000.



Convert them to improper fractions with common denominators, then order them by their numerators.


It might have been possible to try to answer the question if you had provided the list of fractions. But since you could not be bothered to do so, I regret that it is not possible to answer the question.


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Put these distances in order from least to greatest: 3/16 mile, 1/8 mile, 3/4 mile


You usually put the biggest denominator first. The bigger the number is the lower it means. So for EXAMPLE:20/30,15/30,6/10 . In least to greatest it would be the same order. In greatest to least it would be completely turned around



convert them to decimals or percentages first to figure out the order then write the answers as fractions


A negative exponent is put into fraction form because it is a way of writing powers of fractions or decimals.


When some decimals are given to 2 places and some to 3, it can be useful to put all decimals to the same number of places. This can be done simply by adding zeros to the end of the shorter decimals. In this case 0.67 becomes 0.670. Thus the question asks us to order 0.670, 0.676 and 0.677 from least to greatest. The order is fairly clearly 0.670, 0.676, 0.677


Option 1: Find a common denominator for the two fractions. It need not be the least common denominator; for example, for two fractions, if you just multiply the two denominators, you get a common denominator. Convert all the fractions to the common denominator. Then you can compare. Option 2: Convert each fraction to decimal, by dividing the numerator by the denominator. Then you can compare the decimals.


Multiply or divide both the numeraters and the denominators the same using GCF.Then look at the numeraters. Good luck!!!!!!!


Same principle: put the numbers in order. You could convert them all to decimals, or put them over the same denominator.


yes, 1600 is a whole number. simply put, a whole number is a number without fractions or decimals.


You answer the questions and then put them from the littlest value to the greatest value. It is just like fractions. 2/3 and 1/2. they equal 4/6 and 3/6 4/6 would be greater so 2/3 would be greater. Its just as simple as that. Except not fractions.



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