# How do you order the numbers from least to greatest: #2 2/5, 11/5, 2 3/10, 31/10#?

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To order the numbers from least to greatest:

- Convert all mixed numbers to improper fractions.
- Find a common denominator.
- Compare the fractions.

The numbers are:

- (2 \frac{2}{5}) which is equivalent to (\frac{12}{5})
- (11/5)
- (2 \frac{3}{10}) which is equivalent to (\frac{23}{10})
- (31/10)

Ordering them:

- (\frac{12}{5})
- (11/5)
- (\frac{23}{10})
- (31/10)

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