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**8:13**. why does he turn the seven into 7/35. Reply. Reply to masud121212's post
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I found an answer from stackoverflow.com

how do use **greater than** option in sql - Stack Overflow

**greater than** a range is same as **greater than** the upper bound. If that helps...:o –
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List of integer sequences - Wikipedia

This is a list of notable integer sequences. Contents. 1 General; 2 Figurate
numbers; 3 Types of ... φ(n) is the number of positive integers not **greater than** n
that are prime to n. A000032 · Lucas numbers L(n), {2, 1, 3, 4, ... A000045 ·
Fibonacci numbers F(n), {0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, **8, 13**, 21, 34, ...} F(n) = F(n − 1) + F(n −
2) for n ≥ 2, ...

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**Math** Is Fun - **Multiplying Fractions**

There are 3 simple **steps** to **multiply fractions**: 1. Multiply the top numbers (the
numerators), 2. Multiply the bottom numbers (the denominators), 3. Simplify the ...

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**Comparing Fractions** - **Math** is Fun

The Decimal Method of **Comparing Fractions**. Convert each **fraction** to decimals,
and then compare the decimals. Example: which is bigger: 3 8 or 5 12 ...

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Most methods deal with directly comparing the two fractions e.g by converting them to equivalent fractions and then comparing the numerators.

But there is another way. Sometimes, it is easier to compare the complement. Let's say we want to compare two numbers A and B, instead of comparing A and B directly, we can compare their complements with respect to another number C. That is, compare C - A and C - B.

If C - A > C - B then we immediately know that A < B.

In this case, we compare the complements of 8/13 and 7/12 with respect to 1.

Let's compare 1 - 8/13 = 5/13 with 1 - 7/12 = 5/12.

Here, we can immediately see that 5/13 < 5/12 (Why? 1/13 < 1/12 therefore, 5*1/13 < 5*1/12)

Since 5/13 < 5/12, we immediately know that 8/13 > 7/12.

Divide the fraction \frac{8}{13} to get 0.6153.

Divide the fraction \frac{7}{12} to get 0.5834.

Compare the first digit after the decimal point.

Compare 0.6 and 0.5.

The number 0.6 > 0.5

So, \frac{8}{13} has a greater value and is bigger.