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Is 22/7 bigger or smaller than 3.14? 2015-11-06
From Natalie:
Is 22/7 bigger or smaller than 3.14?
Answered by Harley Weston.
Comparing fractions 2015-02-02
From shealla:
Please help me with my assignment please I'm having trouble answering this one..
Write the larger fraction in each pair..
A. 2/3, 4/7 B. 1/3, 2/5 C. 5/8, 3/5

Answered by Penny Nom.
Comparing percentages 2010-06-14
From Anouska:
In category A, Annie gave 5 out of 6 responses. I make this 83% I the same category, Adam gave 4 out of 10 responses. I make this 40%

Does this mean that Annie gave 43% more responses in this category than Adam?

Answered by Robert Dawson.
Comparing fractions 2009-09-28
From TeeTee:
I am in 6th grade. I have to order these fractions from least to greatest: 3/4, 2/5, 5/8, 1/2.....How do I order them if I dont know where to start, and how would I find these answers...Please Help! :)
Answered by Penny Nom.
Comparing positive and negative fractions 2009-03-24
From Christyrose:
Hello. I am a sixth grade math student and i need help on how to compare negative and positive fractions.

Here is is:
3/4 -2/3 7/10 -5/6

I'm not sure how to do the negative parts because i was absent for a couple days. Thank you!

Christyrose

Answered by Penny Nom.
How do I compare fractions and decimals? 2008-11-18
From Alexis:
How do I compare fractions and decimals ?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Comparing two fractions 2007-01-18
From Kayla:
Why does eight over twelve compared to one half work when you use cross multiplication.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Comparing Fractions 2006-03-24
From J.:
how can you compare fractions with like numerators and UNlike denominators, like 2/3 and 2/5, without renaming or using fraction strips?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom.
2/3 vs 3/4 2002-01-02
From Julia:
So, here's my question. Some of the problems they've had to do starts off with two fractions, and they have to tell whether the two fractions are:
  1. The first one is greater than the second one
  2. The first one is less than the second one, or
  3. They are equal.

One day my son had the problem of 2/3 vs 3/4. Without drawing out a pie chart, how in the world can a child "eyeball" a problem like this and tell what the correct answer is? I've also tried to teach about making common denominators, but that's going over his head at this point.


Answered by Denis Hanson and Harley Weston.
Comparing means and standard deviations 2001-07-11
From Shelly:
Is there a way to compare means and standard deviations that come from different size samples? Is there an equation that can normalize sample size?
Answered by Andrei Volodin.
 
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