- ^{67}/_{117} and - ^{72}/_{122}? | Sep 26 19:23 UTC (GMT) |

^{13}/_{28}, ^{19}/_{25}, ^{18}/_{30}, ^{17}/_{29}? | Sep 26 19:23 UTC (GMT) |

^{99}/_{75} and ^{105}/_{81}? | Sep 26 19:23 UTC (GMT) |

^{6}/_{8} and ^{4}/_{8}? | Sep 26 19:23 UTC (GMT) |

^{76}/_{61} and ^{85}/_{66}? | Sep 26 19:23 UTC (GMT) |

^{686}/_{551}, ^{685}/_{535}, ^{203}/_{151}? | Sep 26 19:22 UTC (GMT) |

^{23}/_{119} and ^{30}/_{128}? | Sep 26 19:22 UTC (GMT) |

^{900}/_{39} and ^{910}/_{47}? | Sep 26 19:22 UTC (GMT) |

^{97}/_{98} and ^{99}/_{100}? | Sep 26 19:22 UTC (GMT) |

- ^{43}/_{1,014} and - ^{45}/_{1,018}? | Sep 26 19:22 UTC (GMT) |

^{11}/_{41} and ^{18}/_{50}? | Sep 26 19:22 UTC (GMT) |

^{6}/_{75} and ^{75}/_{9}? | Sep 26 19:22 UTC (GMT) |

- ^{25}/_{21} and - ^{34}/_{25}? | Sep 26 19:22 UTC (GMT) |

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- Any positive fraction is larger than any negative fraction:
- ie:
^{4}/_{25}> -^{19}/_{2}

- Any positive improper fraction is larger than any positive proper fraction:
- ie:
^{44}/_{25}> 1 >^{19}/_{200} - Any negative improper fraction is smaller than any negative proper fraction:
- ie: -
^{44}/_{25}< -1 < -^{19}/_{200}

- The fractions are equal:
- ie:
^{89}/_{50}=^{89}/_{50}

**Positive fractions**: compare the numerators, the larger fraction is the one with the larger numerator:- ie:
^{24}/_{25}>^{19}/_{25} **Negative fractions**: compare the numerators, the larger fraction is the one with the smaller numerator:- ie: -
^{19}/_{25}< -^{17}/_{25}

**Positive fractions**: compare the denominators, the larger fraction is the one with the smaller denominator:- ie:
^{24}/_{25}>^{24}/_{26} **Negative fractions**: compare the denominators, the larger fraction is the one with the larger denominator:- ie: -
^{17}/_{25}< -^{17}/_{29}

- To compare them, fractions should be built up to the same denominator (or if it's easier, to the same numerator).
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