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Person 1 ate 3/8 of...

Person 1 just bought 3 pizzas to eat with 2 other friends. Person 1 ate 3/8 of her pizza, Person 2 ate 5/9 of his pizza and Person 3 ate 5/12 of his pizza. In order to determine who ate more pizza, put the fractions into descending order.

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