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# Arrange the numbers and in ascending order

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### Find the least common multiple of denominators and then arrange in ascending

order.

## The correct answer is: ascending order

### Given rational numbers are and .

Express the rational numbers with positive denominator by multiplying with -1**.**

Here,

So, Now we have and .

By taking LCM of denominators 5,10 and 8, we get LCM as 40

On multiplying with 8, we get

On multiplying with 4, we get

On multiplying with 5, we get

On comparing the above fractions with same denominator,

we have -28 < -25 < -24

Hence

So ascending order is .

Here,

So, Now we have and .

By taking LCM of denominators 5,10 and 8, we get LCM as 40

On multiplying with 8, we get

On multiplying with 4, we get

On multiplying with 5, we get

On comparing the above fractions with same denominator,

we have -28 < -25 < -24

Hence

So ascending order is .

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