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### Course: 4th grade (2018 edition)>Unit 3

Lesson 4: Comparing fractions with unlike denominators

# Comparing fractions 1 (unlike denominators)

Sal compares fractions by finding a common denominator.

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• if you people haven't watched the videos then watch then
• they probably did you just probably have a better knowledge in getting thing
• OMG! Now it all makes sense!! I was so confused and fractions felt so hard!! So cool!
• Congratulations!! You have experienced an "AHA" moment. You'll have a lot of those as you progress through math - you just have to be patient and keep working on it - then that moment comes.
• can you do more videos about that?
• 1/3 and 1/2 which is greater, less or equal
• 1/3 is less than 1/2 because if you had 2 rectangles exactly the same size and divide 1 of the rectangle in halves and the other in thirds, you will see which one is greater. You can also say 1/3 is less that 1/2 by writing 1/3 < 1/2.
• what is 5 times 123456789101123141526176666
• I think Supa Learner lost a digit...the answer is
617283945505615707630883330
• its just games would get me to the math