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Two ways: Convert them to like fractions with a common denominator and order them by their numerators or convert them to decimals, order them, and change them back.

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Dissimilar fractions have different denominators and their lowest common denominator must be found in order to add them up.

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If you place them properly then the smallest will be on the left, and they will be in increasing order until the largest on the right.

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Various methods: * Convert the fractions into equivalent fractions with the same denominator; then order by smallest numerator to largest; * Convert the fractions to [approximate] decimals by dividing the numerators by the denominators; then order by the smallest decimal to largest; * Divide the denominators by the numerators; then order by the largest result to the smallest. In all cases list the original fractions.

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