Algebra-1 Problems

2.2 Rational Numbers


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1.

Write as an improper fraction reduced to lowest terms

\begin{equation}\frac{2}{3}+5\end{equation}

2.

Write as an improper fraction reduced to lowest terms

\begin{equation}\frac{9}{4}+\frac{3}{4}\end{equation}

3.

Insert the appropriate symbol to get a true statement

\begin{equation}\frac{2}{5}\textrm{ }?\textrm{ }\frac{2}{6}\end{equation}

4.

Insert the appropriate symbol to get a true statement

\begin{equation}\frac{-8}{6}\textrm{ }?\textrm{ }\frac{-3}{6}\end{equation}

5.

Insert the appropriate symbol to get a true statement

\begin{equation}5\textrm{ }?\textrm{ }\frac{5}{7}\end{equation}

6.

Insert the appropriate symbol to get a true statement

\begin{equation}\frac{2}{7}\textrm{ }?\textrm{ }3\end{equation}

7.

Insert the appropriate symbol to get a true statement

\begin{equation}\frac{2}{9}\textrm{ }?\textrm{ }\frac{9}{10}\end{equation}

8.

Insert the appropriate symbol to get a true statement

\begin{equation}\frac{4}{9}\textrm{ }?\textrm{ }\frac{9}{4}\end{equation}