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no because only 1, 0, and a half are benchmark fractions other fractions fall between those numbers

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you put it over 1 for example: to make the number 5 into a benchmark fraction, you would turn it into 5/1

It is: 3/4

42 ___64forty two over sixty four =7____=seven eighths8

Yes because 7 is a prime number.

Convert them to the same denominator and the answer to your question will be immediately apparent (assuming you know that six is less than seven).

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seven and four fifths as an improper fraction is 39 over 5

you put it over 1 for example: to make the number 5 into a benchmark fraction, you would turn it into 5/1

It is: 3/4

3/7 is closest to the benchmark fraction (1/2), so: 3 1/2

300/400 or 3/4

42 ___64forty two over sixty four =7____=seven eighths8

3/5 is greater than 5/7

Yes because 7 is a prime number.

Convert them to the same denominator and the answer to your question will be immediately apparent (assuming you know that six is less than seven).

I had to look up what a benchmark fraction is. It looks like the benchmark fractions are 1/10, 1/4, 1/2 and 3/4.Of these, 1/2 is the closest to 94/156. It is actually very close to 6/10, but I guess that's not one of them.

its 15 over four.

Expressed as a top-heavy fraction in its simplest form, by dividing the numerator and denominator by 25, 175/100 is equal to 7/4 or seven over four.