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place in order from smallest 3/4 2/5 2/3

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    2/5,2/3,3/4

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    lol unkle rhaukus, nice drawing lmao

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    pictures make it easy

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    Ha, nice. Drawings are helpful. Another way to figure this out is to find the lowest common denominator. Or even any common denominator. Here, after multiplying all the denominators, you discover that 60 is a common denominator. So multiply each numerator and denominator by the fraction that would make the denominator = to 60. 3/4 * (15/15) = 45/60 2/5 * (12/12) = 24/60 2/3 * (20/20) = 40/60 When you look at the fractions that way, you can see that they go in the following order, lowest to highest: 2/5, 2/3, 3/4

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