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rainbow_rocks03

  • one year ago

PLZ HELP!!!! PLZ EXPLAIN!!!!

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  1. rainbow_rocks03
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  2. rainbow_rocks03
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    @kimbllse777 @haleyelizabeth2017 ?!

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    First you need to determine the order of smallest to largest

  4. haleyelizabeth2017
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    3/4 is equivalent to 12/16. 5/8 is equivalent to 10/16. 1/4 is equivalent to 4/16. So from there, you think you can get them in order from least to greatest?

  5. rainbow_rocks03
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    I think so?

  6. haleyelizabeth2017
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    Try it out :)

  7. rainbow_rocks03
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    wait so I just order them from least to greatest?

  8. haleyelizabeth2017
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    yep!

  9. rainbow_rocks03
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    ok

  10. rainbow_rocks03
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    so my answer would be the 3rd one?

  11. rainbow_rocks03
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    @haleyelizabeth2017 ?

  12. haleyelizabeth2017
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    Nope, 3/4 and 5/8 are both bigger than 7/16. put these numbers in order: 4/16, 12/16, 10/16, 7/16 and once you do that, we can simplify those fractions back down and you will have your answer.

  13. rainbow_rocks03
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    I don't get it. :/

  14. haleyelizabeth2017
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    just put 4, 12, 10 and 7 in order then

  15. rainbow_rocks03
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    4, 7, 10, 12

  16. haleyelizabeth2017
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    yes, so 4/16, 7/16, 10/16, 12/16 which then simplifies to 1/4, 7/16, 5/8, and 3/4. which option is that?

  17. rainbow_rocks03
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    the last one!

  18. haleyelizabeth2017
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    Yes!

  19. rainbow_rocks03
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    TY!!!

  20. haleyelizabeth2017
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    No problem :)

  21. rainbow_rocks03
    • one year ago
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    I need help with more, do you THINK you can try to help me?

  22. haleyelizabeth2017
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    Sure :) Just post a new question

  23. rainbow_rocks03
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    I will

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