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Arranging three or more fractions in order, from least to greatest or from greatest to least by comparing two fractions at a time is called ordering fraction. Least to greatest calculator also known as ascending order calculator. You can add unlimited values to sort in our ordering fractions calculator.

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To order three or more fractions from least to greatest, compare them, two fractions at a time is ordering fractions.

**Examples:**

Oder the fractions in ascending and descending order.

5/6,4/3,2/3,8/3

**Solution:**

**Ascending order: **2/3, 5/6,4/3,8/3

**Descending order: ** 8/3,4/3,5/6,2/3

Fraction ordering calculator is used to evaluate the order of fractions in ascending order as well as descending order. The ascending order of fractions is known as least to greater, and descending order is known as greater to least order. Order of fractions is a complex process if you will try to do it manually because you will have to convert each fraction in decimal to place multiple fractions in the correct order.

Our calculator makes it easy to calculate the order of complex fractions. In this post, we will discuss how to use smallest to greatest ordering calculator, and how to order fractions in any order manually.

To calculate the correct order of fractions:

- Enter the fractions in the input box separated by a comma.
- Press the Calculate button to see the results.

It will give you results in two forms:

- Ascending Order
- Descending Order.

You can always use the above calculator to calculate the order of fractions on one click. We will elaborate on the complete process of ordering fractions below so that you can understand the concept properly.

**Example:**

Suppose we have five fractions **4/5, 2/5, 3/2, 8/5**, and **13/17**. We will calculate the order of these fractions in both ascending and descending order. Follow these steps to calculate the order of the fractions:

** Step 1:** Write down all fractions.

4/5, 2/5, 3/2, 8/5, 13/17

You can also convert decimals into fractions by using our Fractional Calculator instead of matching them in the fifth step.