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Hence the least common denominator is 2^{2} × 3 × 7 = 84. Now express each fraction with this denominator. For example 9/14 = (9 × 6)/(14 × 6) = 72/84. Once you have expressed all three fractions with the same denominator you can order them using the numerators. Penny  


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