Compare two fractions using one whole as a benchmark.
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Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds went for a run. Mr. Reynolds ran for $${{7\over8}}$$ mile. Mrs. Reynolds ran for $${{6\over5}}$$ mile. Who ran farther? Explain how you know.
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Modified by The Match Foundation, Inc.Compare the following fractions.
a. $${{5\over3}}$$ and $${{9\over10}}$$
b. $${{4\over5}}$$ and $${{13\over12}}$$
Compare the following fractions.
a. $${{9\over8}}$$ and $${{7\over6}}$$
b. $${{3\over4}}$$ and $${{9\over10}}$$
c. $${{7\over5}}$$ and $${{11\over9}}$$
d. $${{9\over11}}$$ and $${{5\over7}}$$
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Compare the following fractions by writing <, >, or = in the blank.
1. $${{2\over3}}$$ _______________ $${{5\over4}}$$
2. $${{4\over5}}$$ _______________ $${{5\over6}}$$
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