Sort common ordinary fractions in ascending order, online calculator: sort them from the least to the largest, by constructing equivalent fractions (simplifying and expanding) that all have the same denominator or the same numerator. Detailed explanations

Sort common ordinary fractions in ascending order, online calculator:

The latest common ordinary fractions compared and sorted in ascending order

Compare and sort the fractions: 164/419 and 167/429 Jan 31 19:17 UTC (GMT)
Compare and sort the fractions: - 28/48, - 33/56, - 21/43 Jan 31 19:17 UTC (GMT)
Compare and sort the fractions: 3/16 and 13/64 Jan 31 19:17 UTC (GMT)
Compare and sort the fractions: 13/9, 5/9, 37/81, 17/18, 12/9, 6/9, 4/18 Jan 31 19:17 UTC (GMT)
Compare and sort the fractions: 152/30 and 159/40 Jan 31 19:16 UTC (GMT)
Compare and sort the fractions: 5/12 and 7/15 Jan 31 19:16 UTC (GMT)
Compare and sort the fractions: - 83/131 and - 88/136 Jan 31 19:16 UTC (GMT)
Compare and sort the fractions: 1/9, 1/15, 1/13, 1/7, 1/12 Jan 31 19:16 UTC (GMT)
Compare and sort the fractions: - 44/84, - 44/80, - 42/54 Jan 31 19:16 UTC (GMT)
Compare and sort the fractions: 19/21 and 3/7 Jan 31 19:16 UTC (GMT)
Compare and sort the fractions: 13/20 and 3/10 Jan 31 19:16 UTC (GMT)
Compare and sort the fractions: 37/41, 28/43, 33/46, 22/47 Jan 31 19:15 UTC (GMT)
Compare and sort the fractions: 37/50 and 42/60 Jan 31 19:15 UTC (GMT)
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Sorting multiple ordinary fractions in ascending order

How to sort multiple fractions?

Learn how to compare ordinary fractions. Steps. Examples.

An example of sorting three positive proper fractions that have unlike denominators and numerators, with explanations:


The entire article: How to sort in ascending order fractions with unlike (different) numerators and denominators?

More on ordinary (common) fractions / theory:

(1) What is a fraction? Fractions types. How do they compare?


(2) Changing the form of fractions, by expanding or reducing (simplifying)


(3) How to reduce fractions (simplifying). The greatest common factor, GCF


(4) How to compare two fractions with unlike (different) numerators and denominators


(5) How to sort out fractions in ascending order


(6) Adding common (ordinary) fractions


(7) Subtracting common (ordinary) fractions


(8) Multiplying common (ordinary) fractions


(9) Fractions as rational numbers