13 tenths, or one and 3 tenths Change one half to five tenths. Change three fifths to six tenths. Add these to two tenths.
There are infinitely many fractions between the two. Seven tenths is one example.
It would be two fifths turned into tenths which is two tenths - (when you turn fifths into tenths, you multiply it by 2 so you do the same with the numerator.) You do not change the denominator so you subtract the numerators 2-1=1. The answer is one tenth.
four fifths is equal to eight tents, so three tenths plus eight tenths is eleven tenths, or one and one tenth
Zero, one fourth, three fifths and seven tenths.
Fourteen tenths or one and two fifths
Nine tenths plus two fifths minus one fourth is equal to 1.05
one and five tenths or one and a half
The least common denominator of 9 tenths and one forty fifths is 10.
One fifth is two tenths. 8 tenths minus 2 tenths is 6 tenths or 3 fifths.
From least to greatest, its 1/2 3/5 7/10 3/4
one and a half.
Convert the two elements to tenths, which gives 8 tenths subtract 5 tenths, leaving the answer as 3 tenths.
Convert to same types to give six tenths and five tenths. That is eleven tenths. That is one and one tenth or 1.1 in decimal.
One half is five tenths. One fifth is two tenths. One half less one fifths is five tenths less two tenths, or three tenths. .5 - .2 = .3
There are infinitely many fractions between one sixth and three fifths.
One half and four fifths can't be written as improper fractions.
Yes, 1/5 and 2/10 are fractions.