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# Which is the correct descending order of

Hint:

### Take LCM of the given numbers and then find the descending order.

Complete step by step solution:

## The correct answer is: -2

### Given numbers are

Taking the LCM of 5,4 and 20. we get the LCM as 20.

So, and

and

Now we have

Hence fractions in descending order are

That is,

Hence option B is the correct order.

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