21 Comments
Justin
1/7/2016 01:32:20 pm
1/5 3/4
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Bethany
1/7/2016 01:37:21 pm
You need to do cross multiplication when you compare fractions.First,you find out what your fractions are.Then,you multiply the number across from that number.Finally,you get both of the fractions product you see which one is larger and then you get the answer.
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James
1/7/2016 01:42:44 pm
3/4 5/6
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Parker
1/7/2016 02:09:56 pm
4/5 6/8
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Lucas
1/7/2016 02:38:24 pm
The first thing i did was find a problem. Then i cross multiplied.
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Kieŕreanna
12/6/2017 04:20:19 pm
Nice what u did lucas
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Madison
1/7/2016 02:54:50 pm
Example : 5/8 4/6
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@naliz
1/7/2016 02:55:10 pm
EX) 2-9 < 3-9 2x9=18 3x9=27
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Anthony Zito
1/7/2016 03:33:03 pm
First I had 4-8 4-4 next I cross multiply.
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Emmalea
1/7/2016 04:17:44 pm
You first need to pick a problem.second you need to multiply the cross numerator and the cross denominator then that again. 1/5 is larger than 1/3
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Braylee
1/7/2016 04:19:14 pm
16 28
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FRANCESCA
1/7/2016 04:38:05 pm
Cross multiplication is when you compare fractions. You multiply across and find if the fraction is greater than, less than, or equal.
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J PETIACH
1/7/2016 05:17:42 pm
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Jake
1/7/2016 05:26:01 pm
first you multiply the denominator and the numerator. Then do the same thing but different ones.
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Morgan
1/7/2016 05:45:39 pm
Cross-multiplication is used for when you can compare fractions and find out which is greater. To cross-multiply two fractions: Multiply the numerator of the first fraction by the denominator of the second fraction and jot down the answer. Which is the top and bottom of a fraction.
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Mike
1/8/2016 03:41:21 am
First you need to pick two fractions.The lesser the denominator is the bigger the number is.Then you cross multiply and see what fraction is the biggest.5 4
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Mike
1/8/2016 03:45:37 am
When I submitted my comment the 5 and the 4 were supposed to be over the 8 and the 2.
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brandon
1/8/2016 03:47:22 am
7/3 5/3
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Mike
1/8/2016 03:47:35 am
The 5 and The 4 were supposed to be over the 8 and the 2.
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Adyson
1/8/2016 05:44:47 am
3 5 First I wrote my fractions. I multiplied 3 and 6. That
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Mason vann
1/12/2016 04:33:04 pm
1 6
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