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Tell whether a <, >, or + sign should go between these 2 numbers. 1/3 ___ 2/15

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    1/3 = 5/15, which is > 2/15

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    It should be a ">" symbol. Make the denonimator the same and compare the top number to get the answer.

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    That's what I thought. Just wanted to double check. Thanks!

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    Usually, you just try to get common denom's and compare the num's.

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    welcome

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