# Identifying the Conjunction as Coordinating or Subordinating Part 3

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A conjunction joins words or groups of words in a sentence.

There are three types of conjunctions:

 Coordinating Conjunction Subordinating Conjunction Correlative Conjunction A coordinating conjunction connects words, phrases, or clauses that are independent or of equal rank. The following words are coordinating conjunctions: for and nor but or yet so  [mnemonic: fanboys]   Example: John ate pizza and hamburgers. A subordinating conjunction is used at the beginning of a subordinate clause (or dependent clause). Subordinating conjunctions include words like although, after, before, whether, soon, therefore, etc.   Example:   Although she ate the food, she did not like it. A correlative conjunction is always used in pairs and connects words or statements of equal rank.   The correlative conjunctions include words like both/and, either/or, neither/nor, etc.   Example:   Does she like both pizza and hot dogs?

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### Help

##### Remember :

The smallest number is the one that comes first while counting.

##### Solution :

To arrange the given numbers in order from smallest to greatest, find the smallest number among all the given numbers.

21,27,23

21 is the smallest number.