Comparing Like Fractions
Comparing Like Fractions: Learn
A Fraction consists of two numbers separated by a line.
The top number (or numerator) tells how many fractional pieces there are. In the fraction 3/8, we have three pieces.
The denominator of a fraction tells how many pieces an object was divided into. The fraction 3/8 tells us that the whole object was divided into 8 pieces.
If the denominators of two fractions are the same, then the fractions are made up of the samesized pieces, and the fraction with the largest numerator has more pieces, making it the larger fraction.
For example:
5
8

is larger than 
3
8

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