4,69/99,47/92,0.45,1%,85/60 determine the order of fractions from least to greatest by using our free online Ordering Fractions Calculator & attain the result in no time.

Given Decimal is 0.45.

The number of decimals after the point are 2.

The Decimal is divided with 100.

The Fraction can be written as,

= 045/100

= 9/20

The given decimal 0.45 in fraction form is 9/20.

Given Input Value = 1%

Place the Percentage Value at the top over 100.

= 1/100

Therefore, 1% in Fraction is 1/100.

The given inputs are 4,69/99,47/92,0.45,1%,85/60

After coverting each input to fraction format we get 4/1,69/99,47/92,9 / 20,1/100,85/60

Separate the denominators 1,99,92,20,100,60

Arrange the Inputs 1,99,92,20,100,60 in a horizontal line separated by commas and divide them with a prime number. Note the quotients in the next row and divide with quotients with prime numbers again. Continue the process until you have all co primes in the last.

2 | 1, 99, 92, 20, 100, 60 |

2 | 1, 99, 46, 10, 50, 30 |

3 | 1, 99, 23, 5, 25, 15 |

5 | 1, 33, 23, 5, 25, 5 |

1, 33, 23, 1, 1, 5 |

As all the numbers left in the last row are co primes you need not do the common division process further.

To obtain the Least Common Multiple, multiply the prime numbers with which you have divided the given numbers and the co primes in the last row i.e. 2 x 2 x 3 x 5 x 1 x 33 x 23 x 1 x 1 x 5 = 227700

Therefore, LCM of 1,99,92,20,100,60 is 227700

**Step1:**

Let's calculate the LCM of first two numbers

The formula of **LCM** is LCM(a,b) = ( a x b) / GCF(a,b)

GCF(1, 99) = 1

LCM(1, 99) = ( 1 x 99 ) / 1

LCM(1, 99) = 99 / 1

LCM(1, 99) = 99

**Step2:**

Here we consider the LCM from the above i.e. 99 as first number and the next as 92

The formula of **LCM** is LCM(a,b) = ( a x b) / GCF(a,b)

GCF(99, 92) = 1

LCM(99, 92) = ( 99 x 92 ) / 1

LCM(99, 92) = 9108 / 1

LCM(99, 92) = 9108

**Step3:**

Here we consider the LCM from the above i.e. 9108 as first number and the next as 20

The formula of **LCM** is LCM(a,b) = ( a x b) / GCF(a,b)

GCF(9108, 20) = 4

LCM(9108, 20) = ( 9108 x 20 ) / 4

LCM(9108, 20) = 182160 / 4

LCM(9108, 20) = 45540

**Step4:**

Here we consider the LCM from the above i.e. 45540 as first number and the next as 100

The formula of **LCM** is LCM(a,b) = ( a x b) / GCF(a,b)

GCF(45540, 100) = 20

LCM(45540, 100) = ( 45540 x 100 ) / 20

LCM(45540, 100) = 4554000 / 20

LCM(45540, 100) = 227700

**Step5:**

Here we consider the LCM from the above i.e. 227700 as first number and the next as 60

The formula of **LCM** is LCM(a,b) = ( a x b) / GCF(a,b)

GCF(227700, 60) = 60

LCM(227700, 60) = ( 227700 x 60 ) / 60

LCM(227700, 60) = 13662000 / 60

LCM(227700, 60) = 227700

LCM of 1,99,92,20,100,60 is 227700

Fractions after converting to a common denominator

910800/227700,158700/227700,116325/227700,102465/227700,2277/227700,322575/227700

Arrange fractions in ascending order

2277/227700 < 102465/227700 < 116325/227700 < 158700/227700 < 322575/227700 < 910800/227700

Ascending Order arrangements from Least to Greatest we get:

1% < 0.45 < 47/92 < 69/99 < 85/60 < 4

Here are some samples of Ordering Fractions calculations.

- Ordering Fractions 96/19 ,79/93 ,30/17,2,0.99,6%
- Ordering Fractions 36/59 ,58/94 ,79/86,5,0.47,9%
- Ordering Fractions 10/74 ,85/52 ,67/57,6,0.69,1%
- Ordering Fractions 98/40 ,48/64 ,51/86,9,0.51,9%
- Ordering Fractions 66/92 ,94/93 ,56/81,4,0.74,5%
- Ordering Fractions 70/97 ,22/82 ,90/21,9,0.92,8%
- Ordering Fractions 47/20 ,39/42 ,17/25,7,0.09,6%
- Ordering Fractions 92/78 ,59/73 ,23/12,6,0.32,5%
- Ordering Fractions 19/45 ,15/12 ,43/54,8,0.62,9%
- Ordering Fractions 46/79 ,54/96 ,66/84,1,0.45,5%

**1. What is the ascending order of
4,69/99,47/92,0.45,1%,85/60
?**

The order of 4,69/99,47/92,0.45,1%,85/60 from least to greatest is 1% < 0.45 < 47/92 < 69/99 < 85/60 < 4

**2. How to Order
4,69/99,47/92,0.45,1%,85/60
from least to greatest?**

To order a given set of fractions 4,69/99,47/92,0.45,1%,85/60 in ascending order from least to greatest, first, convert the mixed numbers to improper fractions and then find the LCD. Later, rewrite the equivalent fractions with the LCD and sort the list with the numerators of equivalent fractions to get final order of fractions ie., 1% < 0.45 < 47/92 < 69/99 < 85/60 < 4 .

**3. How to Sort
4,69/99,47/92,0.45,1%,85/60
list of fractions using a calculator?**

Make use of the Ordering fractions calculator and enter the input set of fractions 4,69/99,47/92,0.45,1%,85/60 and click on the calculate button to see the result ie., 1% < 0.45 < 47/92 < 69/99 < 85/60 < 4 .