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Answered 2010-02-26 00:12:44

think of it as money. you could do that with decimals too.

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In order to write fractions from least to greatest you need more than one fraction!


Greatest on a list of proper fractions, least on a list of improper fractions.


Listing the fractions is ascending (or descending) order.


Get each fraction to have a common denominator, and then sort the fractions from least to greatest based on the numerators.


you have to compare the common fractions


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Usually smallest to largest, least to greatest.


you can find the least common denominator and then order them.


you put the least one first then the most fraction last


convert fractions to decimal then just compare them,and then put them in order!:)


You can order fractions by finding the percentage (top divided by bottom multiplied by 100).


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Convert them to decimals and order them least to greatest.


Least common multiple is needed to find the least common denominator when adding or subtracting fractions with different denominators Greatest common factor is needed when reducing fractions to their lowest terms


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


The GCF is helpful in reducing fractions. The LCM is helpful in adding and subtracting unlike fractions.


you use > to show greatest to least, and <to show least to greatest



From least to greatest: one fourth, one half, and three fifths. I hope this helped!




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