Ordering fractions calculator


You will find this ordering fractions calculator very useful when you are are comparing fractions and you want to check if you got the correct answer.

Just enter unlimited amount of fractions inside the box on the left and click on the button that says calculate.



Tips:

Enter only fractions such as 1/2 5/8 40/84 ect...

Always leave a space between the fractions

Do not leave a space between the numerator and the fraction bar

Do not leave a space between the denominator and the fraction bar

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