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    Smile List in ascending order

    2/9, -5/6, 3/4, -7/9, 2/3, -1 2/3, 1 5/9

    A B C D E F G


    my answer is D,B,F,E,C,G,A (am not sure if that is right)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patience View Post
    2/9, -5/6, 3/4, -7/9, 2/3, -1 2/3, 1 5/9

    A B C D E F G


    my answer is D,B,F,E,C,G,A (am not sure if that is right)
    You want to be sure? Then convert them, the fractions, into decimals, and see.
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    a = 0.22222
    b = -0.8333
    c = 0.75
    d = -0.7777
    e = 0.66666
    f = -1.6666
    g = 1.5555

    therefore it is F,B,D,A,E,C,G

    check this again as i did it in a rush

    to easily convert fractions wack them into google it gives you the decimal version
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