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Convert the mixed number to an improper fraction,

make the two fractions equivalent fractions with the same denominator, and

compare the numerators:

1 1/2 = (1×2+1)/2 = 3/2

3/2 = (3×5)/(2×5) = 15/10

15 < 28

→ 15/10 < 28/10

→ 1½ < 28/10

→ No; 1½ is not greater than 28/10

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โˆ™ 2018-02-01 11:25:48

No, it is not.

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