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do you want a straight answer?
ANSWER HERE: http://puu.sh/k0Hki.jpg
YOU CANT GIVE THE DIRECT ANSWER
you can if the person wants one.
umm explain then tell me
@deon12 What do you think the answer is?
No one give a direct answer...
b and d
choose all that are correct
Here is the confusing part. In front of all of the fractions, you have a dash (this thing, -) Youʻre making all of them negative, meaning none of them are greater than 4/7, which is positive. Is this a mistake, or intentional?
That dash represents a negative sign
NO READ THE CODE OF CONDUCT
Ok, so now we know that the answer is negative, and so are all the answers, everything is more clear :)
i just need help :[
Why do you think b and d are the answer? a.-1/2 --->b-5/8 c-2/3 --->d-6/11
because the denominater is bigger
What you have to do is to convert the fractions, to compare them to see which one is bigger. -4/7 vs -1/2 Convert -8/14 vs -7/14 Which one is bigger?
Also, the way I converted is, I brought both fractions to a common denominator, but they still represent the same value
For example, I brought -1/2 to -7/14 by multiply the numerator and denominator of -1/2 by 7, bringing it up to -7/14. But 7 is half of 14, and so it still represents -1/2. It just makes it easier to compare the fractions
awww shoot i have to go i gave you a medal thank you
change to decimals
@surjithayer You donʻt have to. Plus I donʻt know if he has a calculator right now, or if he will in the future on a test/quiz/assignment
ok im bacl
but i have to move quick
Think of it this way |dw:1450216632047:dw|
oh yes thanks i got it
The bigger the negative number, the smaller in value it is. For example, I will use a whole number. -1 is bigger than -2 as -2 is more farther down the negative side of the number line |dw:1450216761347:dw|
The farther down the right side of the number line you go, the smaller the number is in value.
I gtg to my next period, good luck
If you need further help, just tag someone from math chat or @Anaise she is smart ^-^
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|dw:1450232752972:dw| |dw:1450233308418:dw| similarly you can change other to decimals.