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Chapter 3—Fractions 310 Comparing Fractions
Being able to compare the values of fractions is especially important in the U.S. system of measurement. The metric system virtually eliminates a real need for fractions and comparing values of fractions. Nevertheless, the concepts and thought processes involved in comparing fractional values can prove useful in other areas of modern mathematics.
Here is another situation that calls for comparing fractional values:
Comparing Fractions with Common Denominators
Examples:
Examples and Exercises
Comparing Fractions that Do Not Have Common Denominators
Examples:
Examples and Exercises
Comparing Mixed Fractions
Examples:
Examples and Exercises


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Revised: May 18, 2013