anonymous
  • anonymous
which is bigger 4/5 or 2/3??
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anonymous
  • anonymous
they are equal. 4/5 = 2/3
anonymous
  • anonymous
what??
anonymous
  • anonymous
4/5 is bigger

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anonymous
  • anonymous
TA is lying to you, don't believe
anonymous
  • anonymous
4/5
amistre64
  • amistre64
which would you rather have; 4/5 of a cake; or 2/3?
M
  • M
find common denominator
anonymous
  • anonymous
4/5 is bigger
anonymous
  • anonymous
if you make them have common denominators. it would be 15. so 4/5 would equal 12/15 and 2/3 would be 10/15
anonymous
  • anonymous
if there were 15 THINGS, which would be more, 2/3 of them or 4/5 of them?
amistre64
  • amistre64
id go with 4/5; but then i aint diabteic ;)
anonymous
  • anonymous
to compare two fractions we need to make the denominator same. so multiplyin n dividin by 3 in the 1st fraction we have 12/15 and to the second fraction we multiply n divide by 5. so we have 10/15. now as 12 is greater than 10, 12/15 is greater than 10/15. which implies 4/5 is greater than 2/3. =)

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