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Convert to equivalent fractions with the same denominator and compare numerators:

4/8 = (4×3)/(8×3) = 12/24

2/6 = (2×4)/(6×4) = 8/24

12 does not equal 8, so 12/24 does not equal 8/24, thus 4/8 does not equal 2/6.

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โˆ™ 2016-03-06 19:23:42

No, four eighths and THREE sixths are equal.

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