you have to find like denominators and then you order them from least to greatest by there numerators
You can order fractions by finding the percentage (top divided by bottom multiplied by 100).
Put fractions in decimal form. That way it is much easier to compare and order them.
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.
either turn all ur numbers to fractions or decimals, then put it in order
to order fractions you can cross multiply two fractions at a time or you can convert all the fractions into decimals.
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.
In order to add or subtract fractions, they must have the same denominator.
Similar fractions are fractions with the same denominator. In order to add or subtract fractions they need to be similar.
You need a common denominator in order to add or subtract fractions.
In order to find the LCD when adding or subtracting fractions
The fractions can be ordered according to the order of their numerators.
Those fractions are in ascending order.
Yes, fractions can be ordered from lowest to highest. It's called "ascending order."
No because in order to subtract or add fractions the denominator of the fractions must be the same and if they are not then the lowest common denominator of the fractions must be found. Having subtracted or added the fractions then it may be possible to simplify the result.
In order to divide two fractions, multiply the first times the reciprocal of the second.
Listing the fractions is ascending (or descending) order.
Find a common denominator, put the numerators in order.
The order of these fractions from least to greatest is 2/5, 2/3, and 3/4.
That's an infinite list.
Change them into fractions over 10 or 100 and then order them
They are called like fractions.In order to add or subtract fractions you will usually need to convert them to like fractions. Then you simply add or subtract the numerators (as required) to form the numerator of the answer. The same (or common) denominator is the denominator of the answer. You may need to simplify the resulting fraction.
Actually, fractions go into the order by how large they are. This should actually be easier with a denominator. You know that if they all have the same denominator, that the number with the highest numerator is the largest.