I really need help on this please. It is really confusing.
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1/3 is the same as 2/6 and since 5 is less than 2, 5/6 is greater than 2/6 so 5/6 is greater than 1/3.
answered Nov 13, 2017 by Rod Top Rated User (581,240 points)

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