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omparing. ractions. Using Their Decimal Equivalents. Comparing Fractions Using Their Decimal Equivalents. Comparing Fractions Using Their Decimal Equivalents. Example #1 ~ Compare these fractions. 4. ÷. 5. =. 3. ÷. 7. =. 0.8. 0.428. Next, compare the decimals. Comparing Decimals.

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ractions

Using Their Decimal

Equivalents

Comparing FractionsUsing Their Decimal Equivalents

Comparing FractionsUsing Their Decimal Equivalents

Example #1 ~ Compare these fractions.

4

÷

5

=

3

÷

7

=

0.8

0.428

Next, compare the decimals.

Example #1 ~ Compare these fractions.

0.8

0.428

<

<

=

The greater than symbol

can be placed between these fractions.

6

÷

7

=

4

÷

9

=

<

0.857

0.444

0.857

0.444

<

<

=

greater than

Change Each Fraction to a Decimal

0.75

0.83

Five-sixths is the greater

fraction.

Comparing FractionsUsing Their Decimal Equivalents

Can you solve these problems?

0.444

<

A

0.375

<

B

0.571

<

C

0.5

=

D

0.666

<

E

0.714

<

F

0.5

<

G

0.666

<

H

0.666

=

I

0.428

<

J

0.333

<

K

0.333

<

L

0.375

<

M

0.5

<

N