How do you arrange rational numbers in ascending order?

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How do you arrange rational numbers in ascending order?

Rational Numbers:

A rational number compares two integers in the form of a ratio. Rational numbers are usually written in the form of a fraction, with one integer as the numerator and the other integer as the denominator. Rational numbers can also be written as mixed numbers, decimals, or whole integers. All integers are rational numbers.

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To arrange rational numbers, all the numbers must have the same denominator. To accomplish this, the least common multiple of all the given...

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Comparing & Ordering Rational Numbers

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Chapter 12 / Lesson 1
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Rational numbers, any number expressed in the division of two integers, can be compared and ordered to determine their size, even when the digits may appear larger or smaller. Follow the examples of comparing and ordering rational numbers to learn this concept.


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