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-√2=-1.41 approx; -3/2=-1.5 so order is -3/2, -√2, 0, 1.33, 1.45

(To compare the magnitudes of 3/2 and √2, square them: 9/4=2.25 and 2. 2.25 is bigger than 2, but 3/2 and √2 are negative so the one with the larger magnitude is actually smaller because it's more negative.)

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