graph each list of #'s on a # line then order the #'s from least to greatest 2.6,0.5,/3,-7/10,1/3

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graph each list of #'s on a # line then order the #'s from least to greatest 2.6,0.5,/3,-7/10,1/3

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.....ok so the negatives would be on the left. we should either convert them all to approximations of decimals or all fractions... frankly i prefer decimals. so 2.6, 0.5, .33, -.7, .3 .......i do not know what /3 is. it is not possible.......as it would be equal to 1/3 if it was 1.... please elaborate
its a division sign and it is one
.......then there is 2 1/3 's?

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2.6,0.5,/3,-7/10,1/3 but..................? confused :( why is there a "/3" AND a "1/3"
thats what the sheet says so idk
Can you show us what you've done so far, and we'll help you from there?
o_o.....then it would be..... -7/10, 1/3, .5, 2.6.. the /3 would not be in the number line because it can be anywhere depending on the value of the numerator.
laura
that is way to mutch to show you ive done alot
i only have 3 left tho :)

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