# What is 2 4 3 8

## Comparison of the size of fractions

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Here's how to compare fractions with one another.

### Comparison of fractions of the same name

The easiest way to compare fractions is when they have the same name. The larger numerator then indicates the larger fraction.

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Sort the fractions. Start with the smallest.

### Comparison of fractions with the same number

To compare numerator-like fractions, look at their denominators. A larger denominator means that the numerator is divided into smaller parts. Thus, the break is also smaller overall. The larger denominator indicates the smaller fraction.

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Sort the fractions. Start with the smallest.

### Comparison of dissimilar fractions

To compare, you can make fractions of the same name with the same name by expanding or shortening them.

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