Comparing Fractions Prealgebra Fractions Comparing Fractions Add yours Sorry, we don't have any videos for this topic yet. Let teachers know you need one by requesting it Request a video 0 Help us find a video Log in so we can tell you when a lesson is added. Sign in with Google Sign in with Facebook Questions Two drinks are mixed by combining a juice concentrate with water. Drink A mixes two cans of the concentrate with five cans of water. Drink B mixes 500ml of the same concentrate with 1L of water. Which drink will have stronger juice flavour? Shwetank Mauria answered · 1 month ago 1 Answer How do you convert 0.9 into a percent and fraction? Shwetank Mauria answered · 1 month ago 1 Answer How do you place #-3/8, 0.27, -0.3, 5/8# on the number line? 1 month ago 1 Answer A recipe for cookies calls for #3 1/4# cups of sugar. Amy has already put in twenty #1/9# cups. How many more cups does she need to put in? Karis Y. answered · 2 months ago 1 Answer #1/2< ? <4/5 #what fraction goes in the middle and how? EZ as pi answered · 3 months ago 2 Answers How do you convert 2.35 into percentage? EZ as pi answered · 3 months ago 3 Answers Complete the statement using < or > solve it.. please? xypeilo answered · 3 months ago 1 Answer How to order #3/5, - 3/10, -0.6# from least to greatest? Astralboy answered · 4 months ago 1 Answer How to put 1/3, -1.5, -3, and 2 in order from least to greatest? Barney V. answered · 4 months ago 2 Answers How do you arrange 3/5 , 7/8, 4/7 from least to greatest ? Thank you very much. Gidget answered · 5 months ago 1 Answer What's is 1 1/9 as an improper fraction? Giao B. answered · 5 months ago 1 Answer Sara and Matt each ordered of a medium pizza. Sara ate 3/8 of her pizza for lunch and 2/8 for for and snack. Matt ate 2/4 of his pizza for lunch and 1/4 , for a snack. Who ate more pizza? Tony B answered · 5 months ago 2 Answers How do you write the following fractions on the number line: #7/8, 1/4, 6/12, 5/6, 1/5#? Gerardina C. answered · 5 months ago 1 Answer At trace park in mississippi there is a 40 mile mountain bike trail.tommy rode 1/2 of the trial on Saturday and 1/5 on sunday.he estimates that he rode more than 22 Miles over the two days.is tommys estimate reasonable ? dk_ch answered · 5 months ago 1 Answer Which is greater? 2/15 or 7/15 Rohit R. answered · 6 months ago 1 Answer Dana colored 1/6 of her picture, and Brendan colored 1/4 of his picture. Who colored more? Annie answered · 6 months ago 2 Answers How do you compare 1/5 and 0.201? Barney V. answered · 6 months ago 1 Answer How do you find a number that is between 7/11 and 7/10? 256 answered · 6 months ago 1 Answer What is greater 3/5 or 9/15 on pair number? Tony B answered · 6 months ago 1 Answer Giselle walked 2/3 of a mile and Philip walked 5/10 of a mile. Who walked more? Catherine B. answered · 6 months ago 1 Answer How much bigger is a 1/4 inch button than a 5/8 inch button? Catherine B. answered · 6 months ago 1 Answer Mary walk 2/3 mile and bob walked 5/10 mile who walked more? FinnitoProductions answered · 6 months ago 2 Answers Aliyah ate 2/5 of her and lunch, Chanel ate 1/3 of her lunch. Which girl ate more lunch? Mark answered · 6 months ago 1 Answer Which fraction is greater 2 4/5 or 12/5? Jim G. answered · 6 months ago 2 Answers Your height is 5 feet and l 5/8 inches. Your friend's height is 5.6 feet. Who is taller? Tony B answered · 6 months ago 2 Answers How do you write 0.95% as a fraction in simplest form? Shwetank Mauria answered · 6 months ago 1 Answer Which number is not between #-6/5, 2/3#: -1, -1/4, 0, or 4/5? Gerardina C. answered · 6 months ago 1 Answer Which fraction is greater #15/8, 7/3? Barney V. answered · 6 months ago 1 Answer How do you order the fractions from least to greatest: #2/3, 25/42, 3/7, 5/6#? salamat answered · 6 months ago 1 Answer How do you compare #22/30, 33/40#? MeneerNask answered · 6 months ago 1 Answer How do you compare each pair of fractions with <, > or = given #3/2, 35/20#? kumail answered · 6 months ago 1 Answer How do you write the numbers in order from least to greatest: 0.44, 3/8, 0.5, 2/5? MeneerNask answered · 6 months ago 1 Answer How do you compare #49/6, 42/12#? MeneerNask answered · 6 months ago 1 Answer How do you find two different ways to show how you know whether 3/4 is greater than 2/3? Barney V. answered · 6 months ago 1 Answer Stock sold for #3 5/8# one day and #3 1/2# the next. Did the value of the stock go up or down? MeneerNask answered · 7 months ago 1 Answer How do you order least to greatest #1/11, 1/4, 1/8#? Arnav answered · 7 months ago 1 Answer Which fraction is larger #8/10, 4/5#? IsShow answered · 7 months ago 1 Answer How do you write these numbers in order from least to greatest: 0.65, 2/3, 3/5, 0.5? Troll answered · 7 months ago 1 Answer Which fraction 1/4 or 2/7 is bigger? Tony B answered · 7 months ago 2 Answers A recipe calls for #2 1/2# cups of sugar. You have #2 1/3# cups of sugar Do you have enough sugar? If not, how much more sugar is needed? Jim G. answered · 7 months ago 1 Answer Which fraction is larger #1/2, 7/12#? Jim G. answered · 7 months ago 1 Answer Which is bigger 5/8 or 4/6? EZ as pi answered · 7 months ago 1 Answer Is -3/4 greater than -11/12? AccountantMaterial answered · 7 months ago 1 Answer Which fraction is larger #2/3, 4/6#? Ruben B. answered · 7 months ago 2 Answers How do you compare each pair of fractions with <, > or = given #35/25, 13/10#? MeneerNask answered · 7 months ago 1 Answer How do you compare each pair of fractions with <, > or = given #2/3, 55/81#? Jacob answered · 7 months ago 1 Answer Which fraction is larger #3/4, 8/12#? 7 months ago 1 Answer How do you order the numbers from least to greatest: #2 2/5, 11/5, 2 3/10, 31/10#? Tony B answered · 7 months ago 1 Answer How do you compare each pair of fractions with <, > or = given #21/24, 7/8#? LM answered · 7 months ago 2 Answers How do you compare each pair of fractions with <, > or = given #3/4, 8/12#? Drakeling2 answered · 7 months ago 1 Answer more Ask a question Answer questions Fractions View all chapters 1 Understanding Fractions 2 Equivalent Fractions and Simplifying 3 Comparing Fractions 4 Decomposing Fractions 5 Fractions with Different Denominators Prev Next