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In this module, you can study how to compare two fractions to see which is larger.

The video above explains several ways of comparing two fractions to see which is larger.

The video above explains how to use cross multiplication to compare two fractions.

The fraction 1/4 is larger than the fraction 1/8.

A bottom number, or denominator, tells how many parts the whole is broken into.

There are several ways to compare fractions with each other.

- Read about comparing fractions using the "same denominator" methodOn this page you will read how to compare fractions by making the denominators the same. At the end, you can take a self-quiz to check your understanding.
- Study comparing fractionsRead about how to compare fractions and check your understanding on this page at mathgoodies.com.
- Download a comparing fractions worksheetDesign and print your own worksheet for comparing fractions at math-aids.com. Worksheet comes with answers.
- Quiz yourself on comparing fractionsSee how you do at comparing fractions on this 20-question quiz at mathplayground.com.

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