Alright, guys. So let's continue with a video on comparing fractions. So when we have 2 fractions, how do we tell which one is larger than the other? The easiest way is you just literally do the division. You take the numerator, the top number, divide it by the bottom number, get a decimal, and then it's a lot easier to compare the decimals than just looking at fractions. So let's go ahead and start with this first one here, and then, why don't you guys pause the video and try these other ones. Cool.

So the first fraction we've got here is three-fourths. 34, we put that in our calculator. 3÷4 and we're going to get 0.75. 0.75. Alright. How about four-fifths? 4÷5 is going to give us 0.80. I'll put here and 0.8 is bigger than 0.75, so I'm gonna put our less than sign there. 0.8 is bigger. Four-fifths is the larger fraction. Alright. So why don't you guys try these ones and then we will continue together. Alright.

So, I'm assuming you tried it. Let's go on with 46 over 15. That comes out to be 3.07. I'm going to round it off to 3.07 there, and let's do 134, and we get 3.25. Alright. So 134 looks bigger. 3.07. So 134 is the bigger fraction. Let's try this one. Two seventeenths and three twenty-ninths. So 217 divided by 171 will give us approximately 0.118. I will round it off to there. And how about 329 gives us 0.103. Alright, so in this case, 0.118 is bigger, so two seventeenths is the bigger fraction here.

Let's go ahead and do this last one. 25÷40 gives us 0.625 and 60÷96 also gives us 0.625. So in this one, they are equal. Alright. So these are equal. There's no larger one. Cool. Alright. Let's move on here.