# How do you compare each pair of fractions with <, > or = given #2/3, 55/81#?

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To compare the fractions 2/3 and 55/81, we need to find a common denominator. The least common denominator for these fractions is 81.

For 2/3, when multiplied by 27/27, it becomes 54/81. For 55/81, it remains unchanged.

Now, we can directly compare the numerators:

54/81 < 55/81

Therefore, 2/3 is less than 55/81.

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