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  • 5 years ago

Will anyone be willing to help me on fractions?!

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  1. anonymous
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    I will!

  2. anonymous
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    Yay! Thanks!

  3. anonymous
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    Im suppose to compare and order fractions and decimals

  4. anonymous
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    Sorry I froze

  5. anonymous
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    Okay so if I have 3/7, 5/8 which one is greater?

  6. anonymous
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    Or are they the same?

  7. anonymous
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    You could make an educated guess just from looking at them, but teachers want you to solve it out. How do you think you solve it?

  8. anonymous
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    Well, I think you should make a pie... Lol

  9. anonymous
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    Thats how I do it. It's childish though but

  10. anonymous
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    Oh well....

  11. anonymous
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    Ahahaha first, we find the common denominator (the number on the bottom of the fraction). What is the lowest number that goes into both 7 and 8?

  12. anonymous
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    1

  13. anonymous
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    ......................

  14. anonymous
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    Let me re-phrase that.... 7 X WHAT = apple pie 8 X WHAT= applie pie We need find an apple pie. The apple pie is a number that we can find through multiplication with 7 and 8. In this case.... the greatest number that 7 and 8 both go into is 56.

  15. anonymous
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    So their equel??

  16. anonymous
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    Im still not understanding exactly what your saying...

  17. anonymous
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    A tiny bit

  18. anonymous
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    The question you gave me is a bad example to explain with. Hold on. Alright, let's use 2/5 and 3/10. First, we find out common denominator. What do you think it is?

  19. anonymous
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    2

  20. anonymous
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    Wait I think I get it...........

  21. anonymous
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    Tell me how you got that.

  22. anonymous
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    Is the answer 3/7?

  23. anonymous
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    For this problem or your other one?

  24. anonymous
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    Other one

  25. anonymous
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    no

  26. anonymous
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    Rewind. Tell me how you picked 2.

  27. anonymous
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    Okay the other one then

  28. anonymous
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    I gtg but i appreciate the help!

  29. anonymous
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    bye

  30. anonymous
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    Goodnight!

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