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Lesson 4-4 Example 1 7-4 Example 1 1.Change each decimal to a fraction. Order, 0.5,, and –0.8 from least to greatest. Graph the numbers on a number line.

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Lesson 4-4 Example 1 7-4 Example 1 2.Rewrite the fractions to have common denominators. The LCD of 3, 10, and 6 is 30. Order, 0.5,, and –0.8 from least to greatest. Graph the numbers on a number line.

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Lesson 4-4 Example 1 7-4 Example 1 3.Use the numerators to order the numbers. The fractions in order from least to greatest are Order, 0.5,, and –0.8 from least to greatest. Graph the numbers on a number line.

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Lesson 4-4 Example 1 7-4 Example 1 4.Graph the number on a number line. Order, 0.5,, and –0.8 from least to greatest. Graph the numbers on a number line.

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a. The LCM of 4 and 5 is 20, so the LCD is 20.

a. The LCM of 4 and 5 is 20, so the LCD is 20.

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