The next case we can get into is when the numerators of the fractions are the same, but the denominators are different. The following rule is provided for such cases:

**If we compare two fractions with identical numerators, the one with the smaller denominator is larger. And correspondingly smaller is the fraction whose denominator is larger.**

For example, compare fractions and . These fractions have the same numerators. A fraction has a smaller denominator than a fraction. So the fraction is larger than the fraction . That's how we answer:

This example can be easily understood if you think of pizzas that are divided into three and four parts. A pizza is bigger than a pizza:

Everyone would agree that the first pizza is bigger than the second.

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