write this fraction in descending order 7/9, 2/3,5/12 ,1/6 pls how to solve this
you can use Chiro's method or you could convert all the fractions to a common denominator.
In this case it looks like 36 will be the least common multiple of all the denominators shown.
So just multiply the numerator of each by (36/denominator)
for example $\dfrac 7 9 \to \dfrac{\frac{36}{9}\cdot 7}{36} = \dfrac{28}{36}$
once you convert all the fractions shown to have denominator 36 it will be trivial to order them.
First, change the fractions to a common denominator
$\dfrac{7}{9}=\dfrac{28}{36}$
$\dfrac{2}{3}=\dfrac{24}{36}$
$\dfrac{5}{12}=\dfrac{15}{36}$
$\dfrac{1}{6}=\dfrac{6}{36}$
Now, write the following fractions in descending order according to numerator-
So, $\dfrac{28}{36}<\dfrac{24}{36}< \dfrac{15}{36} < \dfrac{6}{36}$
Therefore, $\dfrac{7}{9}<\dfrac{2}{3}<\dfrac{5}{12}<\dfrac{1} {6}$