compare the following pairs of rational numbers 3/-4, -1 / 2​

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compare the following pairs of rational numbers 3/-4, -1 / 2​

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    2021-11-28T13:02:24+00:00

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    2021-11-28T13:02:37+00:00

    \huge\underline  {\sf {Answer:}}

    \underline  {\bold {Given:}}

    • Two rational numbers \dfrac {3}{-4} and \dfrac {-1}{2}

    \underline  {\bold {Find:}}

    • Which rational number is greater.

    \underline  {\bold {Solution:}}

    We know that,

    • To compare any two rational numbers , there denominator must be same.

    So,

    • Let’s take factors of the denominators .
    • On factorisation, the common factor is 4.

    Now,

    • Make the denominators same, that is

    = \dfrac {-3}{4}

    = \dfrac {-2}{4}

    \dag On Comparing the values :

    \dfrac {-3}{4} ( < ) \dfrac {-2}{4}

    Do remind

    • In negative values , the one which is small like \dfrac {-2}{4} is considered bigger .

    Thus, on comparing rational number 1/2 is greater then 3/4.

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