Q: Could the segments 9 4 15 form a triangle?

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7/15 in decimal form = 0.4666...7/15:= 7 ÷ 15= 0.4666... in decimal

No, 18/15 is not in simplest form. Try 6/5

28/15 is in its simplest form.

1.875

104/15 simplifies as a mixed number to 614/15

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