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Which shows the values in increasing order? Answers: zero point seven, four-fifths, fifty-five percent, 5 for every 8 fifty-five percent, 5 for every 8, zero point seven, four-fifths fifty-five percent, 5 for every 8, four-fifths, zero point seven zero point seven, four-fifths, 5 for every 8, fifty-five percent

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  1. cam330
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    I believe it is the second answer choice.

  2. School_Island_sad_face
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    how did you figure that?

  3. cam330
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    If you translate them so that they are all the same, you can compare them. For example, make them all decimals.

  4. cam330
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    55 percent becomes 0.55, 5 for every 8 becomes 0.625, 0.7 stays the same, and 4/5 becomes 0.8.

  5. cam330
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    0.55 0.625 0.7 0.8

  6. School_Island_sad_face
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    Thank you! I get it!

  7. cam330
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    You're welcome!

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