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### Course: Math (NSDC) - English>Unit 3

Lesson 6: Comparing fractions

# Ordering fractions

Lindsay orders 7/10, 1/3, and 5/6 using common denominators.

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• Can't you also work out what's greater with all fractions just by checking what numerator is closer to the denominator?
• No, you need to find the GCF (Greatest Common Factor) to figure it out
• What is the perimeter of a figure with sides 12mm, 13mm and 5 mm
• Just add all of the sides together.

12mm + 13mm + 5mm = 30mm

For many polygons, the perimeter can be found by adding all of the sides.
• is there more strategy's?
• Why are there questions from 4 years ago
• uh who is this lady. and what is her name I would like to know because im mosty used to sal doin all the math!
• I was just reading the tips and thanks comments and found that the lady's name is Lindsey
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• Thank u for the video 😸🐒🍯
• Is it possible to use a big number for the top of the fraction?
• Yes like 50/2=25 wholes
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• < greater =equal >lesser did i get it write