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Two ways to answer the question:

Method 1: convert both fractions to decimals

6/19 = 0.316

31/92 = 0.337

So 31/92 is bigger

Method 2: find equivalent fractions with the LCM of 19 and 92 as denominator:

6/19 = 552/1748

31/92 = 589/1748

and no surprise, 31/92 is bigger.

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