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# Make five more such pairs and put appropriate signs

**Solution:**

We use the concepts of fractions and comparing fractions to answer the given question.

(a) 4/5 [>] 4/7 - The numerators of two given fractions are the same. So, the fraction that has the lesser denominator is the largest.

(b) 4/6 [>] 3/6 - The denominators of two given fractions are the same. So, the fraction that has the greater numerator is the largest.

(c) 3/8 [>] 2/8 - The denominators of two given fractions are the same. So, the fraction that has the greater numerator is the largest.

(d) 3/5 [>] 3/7 - The numerators of two given fractions are the same. So, the fraction that has the lesser denominator is the largest.

(e) 2/9 [>] 3/9 - The denominators of two given fractions are the same. So, the fraction that has the greater numerator is the largest.

NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Maths Chapter 7 Exercise 7.4 Question 3

## Make five more such pairs and put appropriate signs

**Summary:**

The five more pairs are (a) 4/5 [>] 4/7, (b) 4/6 [>] 3/6, (c) 3/8 [>] 2/8, (d) 3/5 [>] 3/7 and (e) 2/9 [>] 3/9.

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