Which of the following lists of numbers is ordered from least on the left to greatest on the right?

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in circles we're going to go through choices just one

by one Well let's see Number line time Negative Five

elevenses close to a half But negative six sevenths is

closer to negative one So this means that negative five

eleven is larger or less negative than negative six seven

so well in cross out a and then similarly negative

point Oh oh three three three It's closer to zero

then his negative point Oh three three five So negative

point o three degrees larger than that So be it

Can't be the right answer either so it was over

quickly So get rid of b next up See One

point one two oh three Four is larger than both

one point one o two three four and one point

one two three four So oh all right b c

While this easier to see if we round off the

last three decimals and one point one two is greater

than both one point one in one point oh oneself

that goes into the discard pile are we've gotten rid

of a b and c here really quickly All right

how about d We've got two twenty thirds than three

eighteenth than for thirteenth While these look kind of correct

the value of a fraction becomes greater as the numerator

increases in the denominator decreases so well let's see Let's

think about this He's probably the right answer but let's

check e So let's see what we have here One

fifth is point two and let's see while they both

equal to tense So the first two numbers are greater

than the last one So it can't be e just

got to be de here and well you really didn't

have do a huge amount of denominator Getting all these

equal the same number would be well into the thousands

and take you a long time on an exam like

this Easier to just eliminate the wrong ones and then

close your eyes and checked deep because that's it That's 00:02:13.56 --> [endTime] the right answer Well done