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Rank those three in order from smallest to biggest.

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I. 47/150 = 48/150 - 1/150

=0.32 - 1/150

II. 111/350 = 112/350 - 1/350

= 0.32 - 1/350

III. 299/900 = 300/900 - 1/900

= 0.33333 - 1/900


So we can say that

I < II < III

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Bunuel wrote:
Rank those three in order from smallest to biggest.

I. 47/150
II. 111/350
III.299/900


(A) I, II, III
(B) I, III, II
(C) II, I, III
(D) II, III, I
(E) III, I, II


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New post 15 Aug 2017, 09:36
Bunuel wrote:
Rank those three in order from smallest to biggest.

I. 47/150
II. 111/350
III.299/900


(A) I, II, III
(B) I, III, II
(C) II, I, III
(D) II, III, I
(E) III, I, II


| vs ||| - 47*6/(150*6)=282/900 vs 299/900 --->||| > |
| vs || - 47*7/(150*7) vs 111*3/(350*3)--->329/1050 vs 333/1050 --->|| > | and these fractions are closer than | and ||| ---> |<||<||| ----> option A
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