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Think of arranging them on a number line. \(\ \huge \frac{7}{7} = 1 \). That means 6/7 is the largest because it is closest to one, or 7/7. Next, 4/7 is the second largest, and 2/7 is the least largest. So, the final order is \(\ \huge \frac{6}{7}, \frac{4}{7}, and \frac {2}{7} \).
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\(\ \huge Does that make sense? \)
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