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</ul>
<div class="hints">
<p>First, let's convert the mixed number to an improper fraction with the same denominator.</p>
- <p>
- To get the numerator of the improper fraction, multiply the denominator (<strong><var>M_DENOM_REDUCED</var></strong>) by the whole number (<strong><var>WHOLE</var></strong>) and add the numerator (<strong><var>M_NUM_REDUCED</var></strong>).
- </p>
+ <p>To get the numerator of the improper fraction, multiply the denominator (<strong><var>M_DENOM_REDUCED</var></strong>) by the whole number (<strong><var>WHOLE</var></strong>) and add the numerator (<strong><var>M_NUM_REDUCED</var></strong>).</p>
<p class="hint_purple"><strong><code><var>M_DENOM_REDUCED</var> \cdot <var>WHOLE</var>+<var>M_NUM_REDUCED</var> = <var>M_AS_I</var></code></strong></p>
- <p>
- We can write the mixed number as an improper fraction with numerator <strong><var>M_AS_I</var></strong> and denominator <strong><var>M_DENOM_REDUCED</var></strong>.
- </p>
- <p>
- Now we need to compare <code><var>fraction ( M_AS_I, M_DENOM_REDUCED, false, true )</var></code> to <code><var>fraction ( I_NUM, I_DENOM, false, true )</var></code>.
- </p>
+ <p>We can write the mixed number as an improper fraction with numerator <strong><var>M_AS_I</var></strong> and denominator <strong><var>M_DENOM_REDUCED</var></strong>.</p>
+ <p>Now we need to compare <code><var>fraction ( M_AS_I, M_DENOM_REDUCED, false, true )</var></code> to <code><var>fraction ( I_NUM, I_DENOM, false, true )</var></code>.</p>
<div data-if="M_DENOM_REDUCED !== I_DENOM" data-unwrap>
<p>It is easier to compare these two fractions when they have the same denominator.</p>
- <p>
- Their smallest common denominator is the LCM of <var>M_DENOM_REDUCED</var> and <var>I_DENOM</var>.
- </p>
+ <p>Their smallest common denominator is the LCM of <var>M_DENOM_REDUCED</var> and <var>I_DENOM</var>.</p>
<p><code>\lcm(<var>M_DENOM_REDUCED</var>, <var>I_DENOM</var>) = <var>LCM</var></code></p>
<div>
<p>The first fraction <var>BECOMES_1</var> <code>\dfrac{<var>M_AS_I * F1</var>}{<var>LCM</var>}</code>.</p>
@@ -141,21 +133,13 @@
</ul>
<div class="hints">
<p>First, let's convert the mixed number to an improper fraction with the same denominator.</p>
- <p>
- To get the numerator of the improper fraction, multiply the denominator (<strong><var>M_DENOM_REDUCED</var></strong>) by the whole number (<strong><var>WHOLE</var></strong>) and add the numerator (<strong><var>M_NUM_REDUCED</var></strong>).
- </p>
+ <p>To get the numerator of the improper fraction, multiply the denominator (<strong><var>M_DENOM_REDUCED</var></strong>) by the whole number (<strong><var>WHOLE</var></strong>) and add the numerator (<strong><var>M_NUM_REDUCED</var></strong>).</p>
<p class="hint_purple"><strong><code><var>M_DENOM_REDUCED</var>\cdot<var>WHOLE</var>+<var>M_NUM_REDUCED</var> = <var>M_AS_I</var></code></strong></p>
- <p>
- We can write the mixed number as an improper fraction with numerator <strong><var>M_AS_I</var></strong> and denominator <strong><var>M_DENOM_REDUCED</var></strong>.
- </p>
- <p>
- Now we need to compare <code><var>fraction ( M_AS_I, M_DENOM_REDUCED, false, true )</var></code> to <code><var>fraction ( I_NUM, I_DENOM, false, true )</var></code>
- </p>
+ <p>We can write the mixed number as an improper fraction with numerator <strong><var>M_AS_I</var></strong> and denominator <strong><var>M_DENOM_REDUCED</var></strong>.</p>
+ <p>Now we need to compare <code><var>fraction ( M_AS_I, M_DENOM_REDUCED, false, true )</var></code> to <code><var>fraction ( I_NUM, I_DENOM, false, true )</var></code>.</p>
<div data-if="M_DENOM_REDUCED !== I_DENOM" data-unwrap>
<p>It is easier to compare these two fractions when they have the same denominator.</p>
- <p>
- Their smallest common denominator is the LCM of <var>M_DENOM_REDUCED</var> and <var>I_DENOM</var>.
- </p>
+ <p>Their smallest common denominator is the LCM of <var>M_DENOM_REDUCED</var> and <var>I_DENOM</var>.</p>
<p><code>\lcm(<var>M_DENOM_REDUCED</var>, <var>I_DENOM</var>) = <var>LCM</var></code></p>
<div>
<p>The first fraction <var>BECOMES_1</var> <code>\dfrac{<var>M_AS_I * F1</var>}{<var>LCM</var>}</code>.</p>

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