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- Anonymous6 months ago
3/4 because .75 but 1/2 is .5

- ToddLv 76 months ago
3/4. It's a quarter more than half. But "bigger" is ambiguous. Bigger in what way, volume or mass for example. You could take it further. Bigger in experience?

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- Anonymous6 months ago
3/4

Sigh. This is like, kindergarten level math dude.

- Anonymous6 months ago
A fraction with the same numerator (number on top) as another but with a smaller denominator (number on bottom) is a larger number. For example 1/2 is bigger than 1/3 which is bigger than 1/4, etc. That is because if you divide 1 by 2, you get 0.5 but 1 divided by 3 is only 0.333 and 1 divided by 4 is only 0.25.,

- Anonymous6 months ago
They're both too small.

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Wouldn't it depend on WHAT is being sized up ?