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anonymous
 one year ago
Which statement describes the locations of the two numbers in the inequality fraction negative 4 over 5 < −0.4 on the number line shown?
A number line from negative 1 to 0 to positive 1 is shown. There are increments of 1 over 5, and only the whole number is labeled on either side of 0.
fraction negative 4 over 5 is to the right of −0.4 and to the left of 0
fraction negative 4 over 5 is to the left of −0.4 and to the right of 0
fraction negative 4 over 5 is to the right of −0.4 and to the right of 0
fraction negative 4 over 5 is to the left of −0.4 and to the left of 0
anonymous
 one year ago
Which statement describes the locations of the two numbers in the inequality fraction negative 4 over 5 < −0.4 on the number line shown? A number line from negative 1 to 0 to positive 1 is shown. There are increments of 1 over 5, and only the whole number is labeled on either side of 0. fraction negative 4 over 5 is to the right of −0.4 and to the left of 0 fraction negative 4 over 5 is to the left of −0.4 and to the right of 0 fraction negative 4 over 5 is to the right of −0.4 and to the right of 0 fraction negative 4 over 5 is to the left of −0.4 and to the left of 0

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0A .fraction negative 4 over 5 is to the right of −0.4 and to the left of 0 B. fraction negative 4 over 5 is to the left of −0.4 and to the right of 0 C. fraction negative 4 over 5 is to the right of −0.4 and to the right of 0 D.. fraction negative 4 over 5 is to the left of −0.4 and to the left of 0
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